Join us in welcoming back this Award Winning Bay Area Artist, in a thrilling one-night only performance CATE HAYMAN LIVE at the Gateway, featuring Hayman’s favorite songs and stories from her times on and off the stage. Hayman is known to Moon audiences for playing Florence in CHESS: IN CONCERT and several virtual cabarets, and was also recently seen as Sally Bowles in San Francisco Playhouse’s CABARET for which she won the TBA and Critics Choice award. Now she’s back at the Gateway Theatre with a thrilling live performance which will include such songs as “Don’t Rain on My Parade”, “That’s Life”, “Maybe This Time” and more!

Opening for Hayman is Katie Maupin, last seen at Moon in 2017’s THE SECRET GARDEN where she performed the role Mary Lennox. Other regional credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Tuck Everlasting, Mary Poppins, Matilda, and West Side Story.

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Cate Hayman graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with her BFA in Drama in 2020. She was born in South Australia, grew up in Mill Valley, and has been living in New York City full time since January pursuing her career. While doing so, she has been modeling and fulfilling the stereotype of an unemployed actress by working in a restaurant!! WAHOO! This all being said, she is utterly thrilled to be back with Moon for a night!

She made her 42nd Moon debut in a virtual Cabaret last September. Some Bay area credits include her role as Florence in Chess: In Concert (42nd Street Moon), Songs for a New World (San Francisco Playhouse), and Sally Bowles in Cabaret (San Francisco Playhouse), where she won both the TBA and Critics Choice award for her work. While at Carnegie Mellon, some roles included The Witch in Into the Woods, the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, and Fraulein Kost in Cabaret. Other than theatre, Cate is extremely passionate about food, dogs, and traveling! A very special thanks to Daren Carollo, Dwight Okamura, and Matt Berzon for helping me with the show!


DWIGHT OKAMURA has been the orchestral pianist for the Berkeley Symphony, the California Symphony, the Skywalker Symphony and the San Francisco Symphony. He has accompanied various Bay Area vocal ensembles including Chanticleer, Musae, the Bracebridge Singers, the Choral Arts Society, the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, the San Francisco Girls Chorus and the Young Women’s Choral Project. He is currently the musical director of The Songbirds, under the auspices of the Children’s Theatre Association of San Francisco, since 2003, and also of the SF Epiphany Center’s annual Gala Fundraiser at the Family Club. He is also the composer of three musicals: “Grow Up”, produced in 1984 by the New Conservatory Children’s Theater; “Strikers”, produced in 1995 by Doublemask Productions; and “Burning Louise”, currently in the workshop stage. Dwight has been a keyboardist with the Best of Broadway series, and has played in the pre-Broadway premiers of “Mamma Mia”, “Wicked”, “The Mambo Kings”, “Lestat”, “Legally Blonde”, “Beautiful” and “Roman Holiday”, in addition to “The Lion King”, “Altar Boyz”, Matthew Bourne’s “Edward Scissorhands”, “Baz Luhrrman’s La Boheme”, and the revival of “A Chorus Line”, which he also played on the cast recording. He has been the musical director for the ‘Bay Area Teen Idol’ competition, held bi-annually at the Venetian Room, since its inception in 2011.



Katie Maupin is very excited to be returning to 42nd Street Moon! Previously, she appeared here as Mary Lennox in The Secret Garden. Other credits include but are not limited to The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Tuck Everlasting, Mary Poppins, Matilda, and West Side Story. Next year, Katie plans to begin her pursuit of a BFA in musical theatre. In addition to musical theatre, she plays the drums and dabbles in various other musical instruments. Katie would like to thank her family and friends for all of their support!