Catherine's one woman show "ON BECOMING"
was performed on July 13, 2013
at the Sembrich Museum at Lake George, NY.
"Can't Dance", in which Catherine plays the ghost, Phyllis, opened the Queen's Film Festival in March, 2012 and won the Founder's Choice Award.
Catherine Wolf has appeared in film, television, where she was seen recently as Ruby Lee on "The Blacklist", on Broadway and Off-Broadway and in regional theatre. Catherine appeared in the film "Roadie", directed by Mike Cuesta, which opened at the TriBeCa Film Festival. She plays Frank Langella's wife in Oliver Stone's "Wall Street 2" and in the Oscar nominated “Little Children”, she played Jennifer Connolly’s mother.
Her Broadway credits range from “An Inspector Calls” directed by Stephen Daldry to “Otherwise Engaged” and “The Innocents” both directed by Harold Pinter. “Cloud Nine” directed by Tommy Tune and “The Countess” are among some of her Off-Broadway credits. She has also appeared in the most prestigious regional theatres across the country; from ACT in Seattle, to Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in DC.
The New York Times hailed The Colleagues Theatre Company as “admirable – and valuable” where she has acted as Founding Producing Director.