Taming Of The Shrew
Kate is the title character (the "Shrew") of the play. The oldest and unmarried daughter of Baptista Minola. No man wants anything to do with her because she has a bad temper, slaps people around when they make her mad, and shreds men to bits with her razor sharp tongue. Her knack for verbal repartee and ability to call it like she sees it reveals her incredible wit and intelligence, which we can't help but appreciate.