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Cathy Midori Stonie


Cathy Midori Stonie started writing in 2016, taking classes at Stagebridge with playwright Anthony Clarvoe. Her inspirations come from foreign journeys and observing ordinary people living their extraordinary lives. Cathy hails from Los Angeles, and has lived in Honolulu, San Francisco, and now in San Jose for 26 years with her husband. She has two sons. She is a member of Theatre Bay Area, and Board member of Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco (PCSF) since 2020. In 2020, her full-length play, “A Rose by Any Other Name,” about Tokyo Rose, had a virtual reading. A short play, “Pandemic in Love,” was included in Smith and Kraus anthology, “Laughter is the Best Medicine: Forty-five 5-minute plays in the time of coronavirus,” published in 2021. She had a developmental reading of “You’ll Never Look at Mt. Fuji the Same Again,” in 2021 with PCSF. In the summer of 2022, Cathy co-produced a virtual “BIPOC Showcase of Short Plays” for PCSF, to promote a more diverse membership at PCSF. Four of her short plays were presented on zoom by Bay Area acting troupe, Drama with Friends, in June 2023. Cathy is thrilled and honored to be selected for the 2023 Brady Fellow with 3Girls Theatre, and
looks forward to invaluable collaboration with talented artists and leaders.

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