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New Theatre Magazine

1.1 // Autumn 2018 : Pilot Issue

An independent theatre magazine for a new era.


New Theatre Magazine and Publishing uses the power of media and journalism to normalize inclusivity in theatre by bringing underrepresented and marginalized voices to the forefront of storytelling. If you appreciate our work, please consider a contribution. New Theatre Publishing is a limited liability company. Your gift is not tax-deductible. Therefore, thank you even more so for your generosity and dedication to independent theatre journalism.


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An independent theatre magazine for a new era.

New Theatre Magazine and Publishing uses the power of media and journalism to normalize inclusivity in theatre by bringing underrepresented and marginalized voices to the forefront of storytelling.

Our magazine is for theatre makers, artists, technicians, lovers, and goers.

We seek artists who believe in magic.

We believe theatre is among the most powerful art form tools for social change—and seek creators who believe the same.

We seek storytellers who aim to examine, challenge, disrupt, and transform the status quo through their work, especially people of color, women, queer, trans, non-binary, neurodiverse, and disabled storytellers.

We believe authenticity is the only valid form of social currency.

We aim to illuminate the conversations and work happening in local and regional theatre spaces around the nation and the globe.

We want to hear personal stories about the transformative power of the performing arts.




Kathryn Lynn Morgen (Publisher-in-Chief) is a theatre artist and graphic designer based in Bellingham, WA. They formerly served as Artistic Director ('16-'17) of Whidbey Children's Theatre (WCT) and co-founded Queer Pride on Whidbey in 2014.

Kathryn is an actor, director, producer, designer, stage manager, and theatre tech. Some of their favorite credits include the professional premier of Shakespeare's Other Women by Scott Kaiser with Island Shakespeare Festival in January 2018, Winifred Banks - Mary Poppins (WCT 2017), Malcolm - Macbeth (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts 2017), and Catherine Givings - In the Next Room, or the vibrator play (OutCast Productions 2015), as well as directing Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl for Theatre Conservatory for Young Adults 2017 and set design for Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone at WICA, 2015.     Instagram@kingkathryn


Julieta Vitullo (Head Editor) is a Seattle-based bilingual writer born and raised in Argentina. She holds an MA in English and a PhD in Spanish, both from Rutgers University. Her writing has appeared in journals in the U.S. and abroad. She’s the author of a book on the fictions of the Falklands War and the protagonist and co-scriptwriter of the award-winning film The Exact Shape of the Islands. She’s currently working on a collection of stories on love and war, with the support of an Artist Trust grant.

As a member of Parley, a Seattle Playwrights’ Group, Julieta had a workshop of her first full-length play, About Marilyn, this fall. Her second play, Iguazú, will be on stage in April of 2018. She’s thrilled to be embarking on a new great adventure as part of New Theatre Magazine’s editorial staff.

Web:     Twitter: @julivitu


Madison Parrotta (Copy Editoris a recent graduate of Rider University with a B.A. in English and Theatre. She has interned at the Crossroads Theatre Company and Princeton University Press and is an administrative apprentice with Theater Breaking Through Barriers. Currently, she is also a copy editor for Culture Trip, the managing editor of the theatre and disability section of The Theatre Times, a fiction editor for The Bookends Review, a volunteer reader for Includas Publishing, and a script reader for The New Group.


Morgan Bondelid / ms. morgan graphic design (Design Editor) is a deep generalist (aka multipotentialite), which is why she’s also a graphic designer, stage & voice actor, researcher & advocate, wordsmith, knitter, baker, and cat whisperer. She earned her B.A. at Principia College with a self-directed, interdisciplinary focus on how creativity makes us more human, and vice versa. Favorite acting credits include Queen Elizabeth in Richard III and Verges & The Night Watch (with puppets) in Much Ado About Nothing with Island Shakespeare Festival; Penny in the stage adaptation of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and Bernstein in David Mamet’s November at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts. Some favorite graphic design projects include the design & layout of Artie Kane’s memoir, Music To My Years: Life and Love Between the Notes, and book covers for Receiver of Many and Destroyer of Light, a sumptuous retelling of the Hades-and-Persephone myth by Rachel Alexander. 

Web:     Facebook: ms. morgan graphic design


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