"Ferguson, who has graced regional stages for years, may have given the performance of a lifetime as Theo."
In Arthur Miller's THE RIDE DOWN MT MORGAN, Katrina played the role of the long suffering wife,Theo, whose husband is a bigamist. Produced as part of Oldcastle Theatre Co.'s 45th season and to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Miller's birth, "...multi-dimensional...this is a tough role for an actress and Ferguson gives it everything and comes out a constant winner". http://bit.ly/2AE7tj4
Katrina returned to Monmouth University for a sold out run of ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, with the amazing Reagan Richards as Patsy and Katrina as her biggest fan, Louise Seager. "From Ms. Ferguson’s authentic down-home delivery of Louise’s anecdotes, one would assume she was a native Texan. Nope; the accent and mannerisms are put on…and it’s a fine fit. She’s comfortable even with the corny script and is especially effective communicating directly with the audience.."
Writers Theatre, NJ, SOUNDINGS SERIES, reading of INTERVIEWESE by Ian August
Ivoryton Playhouse, CT, Celia in The U.S. Premiere of CALENDAR GIRLS. "…the spiciest character in the play, Celia, Katrina Ferguson is a real live wire and generates some of the biggest laughs…it is a delicious pleasure to watch her in such a sassy, sexy role..." Click for full review