who does she think she is?

Caitlin Donohue grew up in New Hampshire, where she enjoyed the best autumns and crunchy leaves in the world. She spent most of her adolescence attending long rehearsals and watching Red Sox games. After graduating from Boston University's prestigious journalism program, she relocated to enemy territory in New York City (but brought her Red Sox gear along with her). She's since pursued a wide variety of interests in her career, each with equal passion and vigor.​

A lifelong actress, Caitlin has performed at Fenway Park, Symphony Space, the Atlantic Theater Company, Theatre Row, Cutler Majestic, Calderwood Pavilion, Agganis Arena, Bergen Performing Arts Center, and NH's Palace Theatre. The New York Times praised her "spirited" New York stage debut in EGOT-winner Robert Lopez's 1001 NIGHTS. She recently originated the role of ADDY in the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway musical ADDY & UNO, which encourages acceptance of and empathy for differently abled individuals.

Caitlin has also enjoyed working behind-the-scenes as a drama teacher, acting/vocal coach, workshop director, choreographer, playwright/lyricist, and more. Her current offstage endeavor is assistant directing Broadway Youth Ensemble, a renowned children's performance group whose membership boasts over 50 Broadway shows, tours, and recordings.

As a media professional, she's worked for WGBH-TV (PBS's Boston affiliate), New England Sports Network, and Golf Digest Ireland. During her six months at NESN, she wrote and published over 150 original news articles. She served as an editor for her colleague's autobiography in 2016, which reached Amazon's Top 20 Performing Arts books.


Caitlin has spent the past few years as a live operations coordinator and game day monitor for BAMTech, a Disney & Major League Baseball-owned video streaming company, where she's managed thousands of NHL, MLS, and ESPN International live games and press conferences.

She's always seeking opportunities to grow in any of the aforementioned fields. Her free time consists of reading, writing, and eating her favorite neighborhood bagels. She resides in Manhattan with her partner Michael and their two furry children, Babushka & Brunch.