Kitty Felde is an award-winning playwright with eight plays and a produced television script to her credit. Her Bosnian war crimes play A Patch of Earth won the Maxim Mazumdar New Play Competition and will be published in December 2007 by the University of Wisconsin Press in a collection called The Theatre of Genocide. The play has been produced in Buffalo and Pretoria and has been broadcast on Orange County´s public television station KOCE as part of its Storefront Theatre series. Among her other plays, Felde´s one-woman show about Teddy Roosevelt´s daughter, Alice, premiered at The National Theatre in Washington, D.C., and played at New York City´s Miranda Theatre. Her newest play, Kigali, set in post-genocide Rwanda, has received staged readings at Ensemble Studio Theatre and Theatre of Note in Hollywood. Felde is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
Felde is also an award-winning public radio journalist.