Caroline Hewitt


Associate Artist Caroline Hewitt appeared most recently in Against the Hillside at New York’s Ensemble Studio Theater. She has performed on Broadway in Junk at Lincoln Center Theater and The Front Page at the Broadhurst, with Nathan Lane and John Goodman. Her Off-Broadway credits include Lazarus (New York Theatre Workshop), Tamburlaine the Great Parts 1 and 2 (Theater for a New Audience), and Good Results Are Difficult When Indifference Predominates (Ensemble Studio Theater). She has performed in the U.K. at London’s Kings Cross Theatre and at leading American theaters, including Arena Stage, The Alley, American Conservatory Theater, Baltimore Centerstage, and Studio Theatre. Her screen work includes the films Gosling and Dogpatch. 

Caroline translated Noëlle Renaude’s Rose, La Nuit Australienne and has adapted E.M. Forster’s Howard’s End for the stage. She majored in French at Vassar College, and holds an MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.