Has both devised and performed in a variety of social justice themes delving into topics such as disability rights, the psychiatric survivor community and women’s rights.
Caitlin Belforti hails from Watertown, Connecticut. Ever since she elicited laughs from her fifth grade classmates playing the part of Cupid’s Mother in the Valentine’s Day play, she’s been hooked on the thrill of entertaining. From making people laugh to making people think, acting means many things to Caitlin. She has had the opportunity to work with the eclectic John Cameron Mitchell in the Oscar nominated Rabbit Hole. Throughout her career at Adelphi, Caitlin’s voice in Social Justice Theater blossomed. Caitlin has both devised and performed in a variety of social justice themes delving into topics such as disability rights, the psychiatric survivor community, women’s rights and a re-enactment of the legendary Clara Lemlich speech at Cooper Union Great Hall. Social Justice Theater has also allowed Caitlin to discover her unique voice as a poet and playwright as well. Caitlin has recently sharpened her comedic skills, acting in various children’s plays. Whether in front of a camera, at a human rights protest, or under a Goldilocks wig in a children’s theater production, Caitlin’s underlying motivation to act remains the same: the gift of bringing joy to people.
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