Kate Vohs is a young actress, as well as a singer/songwriter. She was born and raised in Central Pennsylvania before moving to New York City for college. She is currently attending Marymount Manhattan college where she is pursuing a BFA in Musical Theatre as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She is also a long time student of the Badiene Magaziner Vocal Studio, as well as an alumni of Pennsylvania Regional Ballet. She also attended Juilliard’s Summer Performing Arts Programme as well as NYU Tisch’s Summer Intensive. She is a Mezzo-Soprano with a powerful high belt, as well as a jaw-dropping near four octave range, including C7 whistle notes.
She is a three time recipient of the Broadway World Best Actress In A Musical Award, including their Best Actress Under 18 award for Central Pennsylvania. She also received Stagedoor Manor’s Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actress award. Kate has performed in many theaters in Central Pennsylvania as well as various locations in New York City, including multiple appearances at Feinstein’s 54 Below, The Green Room 42, Caroline’s On Broadway, Don’t Tell Mama’s, and The Bowery Electric. She was also a singer during the March For Our Lives event in Central Park, where she performed in front of over 3,000 people in addition to the event being televised.
Some of her favorite roles include:
- Grizabella in Cats
- Rafiki in The Lion King
- Bet in Oliver!
- Little Red in Into The Woods
- Elle Woods in Legally Blonde
- Fantine in Les Misérables
- Elsa in Disney’s Frozen Jr.
She attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center, a total theater immersion program, in 2016, 2017, and 2018! In 2019, Kate attended Southeastern Summer Theatre Institute, where she played Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret.
Kate played Little Red in Into the Woods at The Belmont Theatre in February 2018! She won the 2018 BroadwayWorld Central PA Awards Best Actress in a Musical and the Best Actress under 18 for her role as Little Red.
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Kate Vohs founded “The Kate Vohs Foundation” in March 2019, while only 15 years old, to help others through music and theatre.