Upcoming Shows


Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - University of Toronto

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - University of Toronto, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON

Kate will be performing original music as a part of Out at School for teacher candidates at The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). Out at School is a multi-media theatre production about the public school experiences of LGBTQ+ children, youth, and families in Ontario. For information on Out at School and the songs Kate composed for this play, please visit: http://www.lgbtqfamiliesspeakout.ca. Stayed tuned for more information about the performance.


Bluewater District School Board Gay-Straight Alliance Conference

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351 1St. Ave. N, Chesley, ON

Kate will be giving a keynote address and facilitating workshops at the Bluewater District School Board's Gay-Straight Alliance Conference

 Kate delivers engaging presentations and workshops that blend singing, storytelling, and thematic speaking for youth, arts, and LGBTQ2S+ conferences. Please contact her to discuss the needs of your organization. Some examples of what Kate offers are below. For more information on the offerings below, or to discuss other possibilities for presentations, contact: kate@katereid.net.

Workshops for Youth
Duration: 50-120 minutes
Fee: inquire

Kate develops and delivers workshops for youth that blend song, discussion, creative writing, and other activities.  Please contact her to discuss the needs of your event. The length of the workshop can be flexible. 

In-School Concerts/Musical Keynotes
Duration: 50-90 minutes 
Fee: inquire

Kate delivers full-school assembly concerts, musical keynote addresses for youth and art conferences, and intimate concerts in classrooms. The length of the concert can be flexible. 

Workshop for Professional Development 
Supporting LGBTQ2S+ Students & Families in Our Schools & Communities: Training for Educators & Professionals 
Duration: 2-3 hours 
Fee: inquire

Kate combines performance, powerpoint, activities, and discussion to facilitate learning and inquiry in this workshop. Participants will discuss current issues faced by LGBTQ2S+ students and families, up-to-date terminology, best practices, and strategies for responding to homophobic and transphobic discourse and bullying, as they learn how make their classrooms, schools, and communities safer and more inclusive for LGBTQ2S+ individuals and families. Kate tailors this workshop to meets the needs of your organization. Please contact her to discuss possibilities.