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Champions of Choice

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 6:30pm ET

Tickets available here

Cait joins a star-studded cast for a table read from the show "Private Practice" as part of The National Institute for Reproductive Health's virtual gathering of solidarity from across the country.



Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 8pm ET

Tickets available here

Cait and Carl join a huge lineup of incredible DJs to bring you an epic digital music festival. Tune in to the Confetti Jungle room at midnight for some dope nostalgia dance vibes!


Howl's Floating Castle

Various dates, October  2020 

Tickets available here

Join Cait and Carl on a magical Halloween dance odyssey through Ft. Tryon Park. All profits from the event will be going to Communities United for Police Reform.

Photo credit: Israel Andrade (Cait is the tiger!).

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R & J & Z lives again...

Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 7pm ET

Minimum suggested donation of $5

Tickets available here

Cait reprises her role from the world and New York premieres of the newly published play R & J & Z, which the New York Times called "boisterous and splendid!" 

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Cait performing live - virtually

Th​ursday, May 7, 2020 at 7pm ET

free with registration, click here to join

This special online event will feature actors performing works that shine a light on the world in which we live and illuminate a way forward, hosted by Repro Freedom Arts and the National Institute for Reproductive Health. 


Ask for Jane in Beijing

Sunday, October 27, 2019 at 3pm GMT+8, 

Ask for Jane is an Official Selection of the 7th annual China Women's Film Festival! The film will screen for the Closing Ceremony, followed by a Q&A with Cait. While in China, Cait will also teach a class to select festival attendees on indie film fundraising and producing.

Screening of Ask for Jane in NYC

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 7pm EST

JCC Manhattan | 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street

$15 tickets available here.

Talkback with Cait Cortelyou (creator, producer, and star) and Andrea Miller, President of the National Institute for Reproductive Health.

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Reading of Comfort Zone

Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 7pm EST

Ripley-Grier | 520 8th Avenue, NYC

free, but limited seating; reserve here.

New play by Philip Kaplan. Cait stars as Lisa, a college student who blames herself for the death of her friend lost during a mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood office.

SAG Screening of Ask for Jane

Monday, July 1, 2019 at 7pm EST

Robin Williams Center 

247 West 54th Street, NYC

Talkback with Cait Cortelyou (creator, producer, and star), Rachel Carey (writer and director), and actors Chloe Levine and Ben Rappaport.


Ask for Jane gets theatrical release!

Ask for Jane is Cait's first feature film as a producer; she also plays the lead role of Rose, a demure college student who becomes a champion for abortion access in this period drama based on a true story.

The film is distributed by levelFILM and available in select cities across the country. Official website for the film here.

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