“They don’t let you stay mad in heaven.”


— An American Comedy of Investment Errors —
“If we don’t fire a few more people we’re going to end up selling organs in order to meet our bonus requirements. And whose kidney do you think it’s going to be? Yours or mine?”


“What are the three things in life we all need to be happy?”


“We tear each other to bits every day and we are not, I repeat not at all unhappy about that fact! ”


“Did you know the first Mermen were from outer space?”


“We are living as always in the midst of eternity!”


ANN – I don’t have to feel guilty about being bored with my life, do I?”

BRENDA – “No. Of course not. It’s your life.”

About Me

“We live in a world of infinite possibilities and perspectives. To explore just a few of these is a life’s work. To share this exploration is a mission”

T. Cat Ford’s nationally recognized play, POW’R IN THE BLOOD (New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest, Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights), opened Barter Theatre’s 75th Anniversary season in January of 2008. Her ten minute play, Gut Shot, is published in the collection STAGE THIS! TOO! and was presented in the SHE SPEAKS! Festival in Kitchener, Ontario in March, 2009. A SIMPLE GIFT, her exploration of 19th century Shakerism was a simi-finalist for the 2003 Mill Mountain Theatre New Play Competition and finalist for the 2004 National Playwrights Conference.


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Recent News & Updates

Coffee County Memory Project – The Integration Years (1966-1972)

“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner First results:  In the below audio clips, interviewees discuss the same subject from different vantage points. Two Teachers As the federal laws mandating total integration were implemented, teachers faced new challenges, personal and professional. 2 minutes The End of Jim Crow The laws changed, but […]

HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN! – A Political Cabaret

The York Theatre Company welcomed the return of its New2NY Series with the New York Premiere of the new musical HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN!, based on Plunkitt of Tammany Hall — A Series of Very Plain Talks on Very Practical Politics, adapted by T. Cat Ford and directed by Bill Castellino (Cagney). The year […]