CATHERINE HOPKINS is a professional director and the proud theatre teacher at University City High School. She has directed over 75 productions during her 10 years in public school education in the St. Louis and Dallas area.
Some favorite student productions include: The House of Bernarda Alba, Requiem, Our Town, Lemon Sky, True West, and Romeo and Juliet.
Prior to being an educator, Catherine managed several theatre spaces and directed professionally in Panama and London for 9 years before returning to her native Dallas.
Her professional directing credits with her previous company PublicWorks include Land of Opportunity (Tabard Theatre), Time After Time (Soho Rep), The Lord of the Flies (Dallas Children’s Theater), Lower Ninth (Bath House Cultural Center) and Frankie and Johnnie in the Clair de Lune (Dallas Hub Theater).
She shares the Black Mirror Theatre commitment to increasing cultural access for diverse audiences of all ages to powerful and socially relevant contemporary, adapted and classical theatre work.