2023 In Review!

2023 was a whirlwind of gigs!

More fun with Up In Arms Puppetry

Began singing wedding and event gigs with the renowned Mclean Avenue Band

First ever production of Rockabilly Rumble, the 1950s tribute show!

Springtime in Wisconsin in Grumpy Old Men at The Fireside Theatre

Puppeteered and sang as a guest artist for the New Jersey Choral Society

Modeling for a bike commercial with Cannondale

Summer concerts for the Ronald McDonald House charity!

Filming a short film, Under The Influence, in Maryland

Helping bring a new musical, The Picher Project, to life

Helping bring another new musical, An Axemas Story, to life

Releasing an original Christmas tune with my band

And more modeling gigs than one knows what to do with!

Oh! And new headshots from Shani Hadjian!

What a great year! Three cheers for 2023, and here’s to another year of diverse entertainment opportunities, travel, wackiness, and joy!

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It’s Been A While

Cat has been on a ship for A YEAR!

Actually, Cat has been on two ships in the past year, and she’s SO GLAD TO BE HOME!

Over the past year, a lot has happened!

Cat starred in a multi-award-winning pilot/short called Two Anxious Bisexuals with Throuple or Nothing Productions…

…she put out her first fully-produced single on Spotify…

…and then her second!

…which she did while aboard the Norwegian Bliss, sailing the LA/Mexico route in the the band Top Shelf Country…

…before turning around and heading to the Norwegian Getaway, to sing in the hot ballroom dance show BURN THE FLOOR…

…and cover Dyanne in MDQ!

Now that she’s back from a whirlwind trip from West to East to SLIGHTLY FURTHER EAST (Baltic, anyone?!)…

…she’s attending film festivals for 2AB…

…working on developing her puppetry skills…

…modeling regularly at SVA again (and now at ICP!)…

…and trying to update this website, see live performances, refresh her audition book, learn new material, audition a lot, and get going on this HUGE music project she has in the works! What will happen next? Who knows!

Stay tuned! <3

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That Golden Girls Show– A Puppet Parody! On Broadway On Demand!

Cat and Blanche have been reunited in 16 brand new episodes of That Golden Girls Show — A Puppet Parody! from Rockefeller Productions.

They are set to release on the streaming service Broadway On Demand on September 14 — make sure to subscribe now!

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Looking back at The Crystal Promise!

Thank you to Universal Studios Japan and The Crystal Promise for a wonderful holiday season together! Arigato gozaimasu!

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Avenue Q at Farmers Alley Theatre!

Only one more week to go here at Farmers Alley Theatre’s production of Avenue Q!

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Only two shows remain that aren’t completely sold out, so get your tickets fast! Critics and audiences are raving! WRKR radio calls it, “irreverent, raunchy, and side-splittingly funny!”

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“According to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, “There is no denying the heart, passion, fire, and musical pleasures in[…]Guitar Girls.” The Observer calls it “Magical” and “Soulful.” The Venice Gondolier Sun claims that when Cat Greenfield takes the stage to perform “Me and Bobby McGee,” “It was as though Janis Joplin had returned to sing again.”
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“Greenfield made her own magic on any stringed instrument in reach. (Her picture’s probably next to the word “vivacious” in the dictionary. “ -YouObserver
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“[…] So does Cat Greenfield, especially when she performs “Me and Bobby McGee.” It was as though Janis Joplin had returned to sing again but in that wonderful cabaret space.” -Venice Gondolier Sun
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“This cast is very versatile, not only in their vocals, but in their guitar, banjo, fiddle, and keyboard playing. I particularly enjoyed “Coat of Many Colors” and “Jolene.” -Broadway World Review
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““But these women went out and told their stories at a time when it wasn’t necessarily acceptable or appropriate to do so,” Greenfield said. “What do you do about family? I’m asked about this all the time. Would you have asked that of Elvis or Johnny Cash? They probably still ask Dolly (Parton), ‘When are you going to settle down?’ These women are so encouraging to me. Some of them decided, ‘I’m going to go home now or go have children now.’ But some of them just kept on performing because that’s what they do.” -Interview with the Herald Tribune

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Woody Guthrie’s American Song a PBDW

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Cat had an amazing time performing in Woody Guthrie’s American Song at Palm Beach Dramaworks this summer! The show was so much fun, the team stellar, the audiences thrilling, and the reviews wonderful:

“Greenfield has a lovely bluegrass voice custom-made for plaintive songs.”Palm Beach Daily News

“But it isn’t the highlight of the show.

That occurs just after intermission, when singer-actor-musicians Cat Greenfield and Julie Rowe entwine their beautiful voices to deliver Guthrie’s haunting, heartbreaking 1944 song “Ludlow Massacre.”

The women recount Guthrie’s version of the tragic true story of a 1914 Colorado coal miners’ strike. Kicked out of company housing, the men and their families created a tent city that became home to 1,200 souls. Some two dozen people perished when members of the Colorado National Guard and guards from the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company fired on the camp with a machine gun and set fire to the tents, suffocating a group of women and children who were hidden away in a pit for their safety.

That story, as delivered by Greenfield and Rowe, is chilling, unbearably brutal yet vividly evocative, showcasing Guthrie’s extraordinary gifts as a songwriting activist.”South Florida Daily News

Cat loved being a part of such an important and timely piece of theatre, and hopes to revisit it again someday soon!

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Woody Guthrie’s American Song


SO beyond excited to announce that in mid June, Cat will be heading down to Palm Beach Dramaworks to help bring to life the story of one of America’s most prolific and inspirational songwriters, Woody Guthrie! Her instruments are excited, too!!! This is such an important and timely show, and she is thrilled to be a part of it!

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Update — and amazing news!

It’s been a while since an update! In that time, Cat earned her Equity card with Capital Repertory Theatre’s On-The-Go production of They Built America: Workers of the Erie Canal!
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Immediately following, she headed directly to Florida to begin rehearsal as a lead singer in a rock band for Carnival Cruise Lines, where she has been singing a mixed rep of pop, rock, country, funk, soul, and even some rap covers, as well as performing in the production show America Rocks!

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Cat will be returning to shore at the end of November, and is looking forward to getting back to NYC and trying her hand at auditioning at the AEA level. She is excited to see what happens next. Until then– SEA you later!

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Reviews are rolling in for THAT GOLDEN GIRLS SHOW!

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“Far and away, there were two standout performances. It was if a recording of Rue McClanahan was being played as Cat Greenfield opened her mouth. Between the spot on physicalization and flawless Blanche dialect, cadence and all, Greenfield’s performance was one for the ages. It’s something you have to see to believe.” -Theater In The Now

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“Greenfield’s Blanche is salaciously flirty and charismatic, her hyperbolic expressions and Southern drawl always hilarious, but never breaking character.” -NY Theatre Guide

That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody by Jonathan Rockefeller. Photos by Russ Rowland (14)

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“In That Golden Girls Show! those hilarious broads are back, transformed into Avenue Q-like, rod Muppets (large heads, movable mouths, and only upper bodies and hands) manipulated by actors in black; puppet creator Joel Gennari does a great job directing their use. The actors, who perfectly synchronize their facial expressions and body movements with those of their avatars, and speak all their lines in character, include three women—Cat Greenfield as Blanche, Emmanuelle Zeesman as Sophia, Arlee Chadwick as Rose—and a man, Michael LaMasa (replacing Weston Chandler Long), as Dorothy. Bea Arthur, the original Dorothy was notably tall and mannish, so when LaMasa and his puppet enter and deliver a line in Arthur’s deadpan rasp, the laugh meter jumps. The accuracy with which the cast nails the originals’ distinctive vocal and physical mannerisms is the show’s most memorable feature.”

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“And Cat Greenfield is an utter joy as Blanche, flawlessly evoking Rue McClanahan’s melodramatic musicality and Southern-fried insatiability, without losing sight of the needy, terrified woman within.” -Talkin’ Broadway

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“Greenfield’s simpering Rue McClanahan is also a riot, especially after Blanche discovers her facelift has been botched. Everyone in the cast does a great job handling their puppets, displaying a specific relationship between puppet and performer that helps us accept that our protagonists are being carried around by black-clad manipulators three times their size.” -Theater Mania

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