New York Times, Actors Equity Association, Lincoln Center, New World Theater in Amherst, Massachusetts, Humana Festival and Theater Communications Group. She is a founding director of CAATA and chaired its Strategic Planning Committee. She was one of the organizers of the 1st and 2nd National Asian American Theater Festivals in 2007 and 2009.
She has acted extensively in New York City with Ma-Yi, Target Margin, Intar, New York Theatre Workshop, the Public Theater, Women’s Project, Pan Asian Rep, New Federal Theater, Henry Street Settlement, and in several productions with NAATCO. Regionally she has acted at Berkeley Repertory Theater (CA), Swine Palace (LA), and the Guthrie (MN). Internationally, she has performed in Manila, Philippines and Abu Dhabi, UAE.
She holds a B.A. from Barnard College and an M.A. from Columbia University.
Mia Katigbak is the Artistic Producing Director and co-founder of NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company). In 2006, she and NAATCO were the recipients of the Rosetta LeNoire Award, given by Actors Equity Association in recognition of their “artistic contribution to the universality of the human experience in the American theater.” She received New Dramatists’ Charles Bowden Actor Award in 2006 and the Distinguished Award for Artistic Excellence from Ma-Yi Theater in 1999. She has served in panels for the theater programs of the New York State Council on the Arts (2003-05), the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (2006), the Nancy Quinn Fund for Emerging Theaters and the Fund for Small Theaters, both administered by ART/NY (several years), and the Asian American Arts Alliance (2005). She has been a guest speaker for forums sponsored by the