Carrie Cates

Carrie Cates received her Master of Divinity and MA in Theology & Culture from The Seattle School. She is a theater artist who specializes in creating original works. Most recently, Carrie was a company member and creator with Blood Ensemble. She has also performed around Seattle with Macha Monkey, Pony World Theater, Rogue Theatrics, Seattle Beckett Fest, and the TBA Collaborative in Edinburgh. Carrie is one of the facilitators of the MDiv student group, Eagle & Child, practices martial arts, and plays the mandolin in the two-woman singalong cover band Bones of My Foremothers.

  • Commencement 2017 Carrie Cates

    A Song Calling You Forth: Come Home

    As part of The Seattle School’s 19th Commencement ceremony, a student from each degree program was nominated by their peers to share reflections on...
  • The Snare: Theology In and Through Theater

    At the end of every academic year, we host the Integrative Project symposium, in which The Seattle School’s alumni, current students, faculty, staff, and...
  • The Body Says Yes

    As we continue to move through the Lenten season of prayer, fasting, and repentance, and as the life in the earth slowly fights its...
  • The Two Gospels

    We are all confronted with a variety of messages that vie to narrate our lives. The voices of fear and shame sometimes feel more...
  • The Art of Breathing

    Today on the Stories blog, Carrie Cates, a second-year Master of Divinity student, joins the ongoing conversation about life as an artist at The...