Born and raised in sunny California, Katie has planted her acting roots on the wonderful East Coast. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Hartt School in Hartford, Connecticut and currently resides in New York City

 Growing up in the world of ballet, Katie has always had a love for performing, pointe shoes, and princesses.

After branching off from the dance world, she has known from a young age that she wanted to pursue performing as a career and a life long passion. 

 In addition to performing, Katie also has a love for stage combat,competitive fencing, and animals. She also picks up a paintbrush every now and then. Thanks for stopping by!


Here’s what they are saying about Katie!!

Katie Luke is a dynamic Janet who doesn’t want “to show off no more” but can’t help herself; she exudes so much more talent than anyone else alive. Luke plays this for all she can wring out of it and she gets her laughs, our sympathy and the leading man. Luke lets us in on the secret that a girl can have it all and still eat cake when she wants. In her hands Janet is a very special, if monkey-focused, lady
— (The Berkshire Edge)
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Janet Van De Graaf in  The Drowsy Chaperone  at The Mac Haydn Theater

Janet Van De Graaf in The Drowsy Chaperone at The Mac Haydn Theater

 
Adelaide in  Guys and Dolls  at The Theater Barn

Adelaide in Guys and Dolls at The Theater Barn

Luke is one of the prettiest Adelaide’s ever, soft but composed, brittle yet compliant. Her two nightclub numbers are delightful and her “Lament” pushes all of its buttons perfectly. When she and McLellan sing their duet “Marry the Man Today” she generously shares both the comedy and tragedy of their love stories in ways that tear at the heart and project the hope for the future. Luke’s Adelaide is a true picture of the woman who has always seemed to be a caricature before this.
— (Berkshire Bright Focus)
Katie Luke is a delight as Katherine Plumber. Her vocal chops are perfection and she stuns in the number “Watch What Happens” thanks to her Broadway belt and expressive singing style. Luke also showcases some impressive dance skills throughout the show; she is the definition of a triple threat. She proves that in the number “King of New York.”
— (BroadwayWorld)
Katherine Plumber in  Newsies  at Cortland Repertory Theatre

Katherine Plumber in Newsies at Cortland Repertory Theatre