This spring Keith was given the opportunity to take part in the NYU Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program's Thesis Presentation. Over the course of FOUR DAYS Keith learned rehearsed and presented a reading of an all new musical from two highly talented new writers called Sawyer Thompson Adventures On. The whole process was incredible and the show definitely has a bright future ahead of it! Hopefully more work with the NYUGMTW program lies ahead!
Podcast Prequel Magic
February 02, 2019
Keith will be lending his voice to the character of Thomas Mowbry Thistlewait, an inept sourceror with a heart of gold in the upcoming Fantasy podcast A History of Maps: A prequel podcast to The Sable Valentine. Recording is underway and the full season should be airing in Late Summer 2019. Stay Tuned!
ALIENS AND MUSICALS AHHH!!!
January 20, 2019
Keith had the amazing fortune to perform in the West Coast Premiere of ALIEN VS MUSICAL , a truly hilarious take on the beloved Sci-fi franchise with just the right amount of musical theatre for lovers and casual fans to all enjoy. Keith played Harold Hill, who happens to be an Android in this show, and also did some light puppeteering! Here's to hoping that this show makes a triumphant return to NYC very soon!
Two Months, Two Series
November 03, 2018
For the months of November and December Keith was lucky enough to shoot 9 episodes of two different web series - Moving On and Strings Attached.
Between playing a boy genius fighting the powers of Hell and a goofy musician who knocks up his ex, it was a very interesting month.
Both series are slated to hit the internet in the Spring of 2019
The Other Other Woman/Love and Death Trilogy
October 04, 2018
This fall Keith was part of an extremely exciting. exhausting, and fulfilling few weeks of theater as part of Turn to Flesh's production of The Other Other Woman that ran in rep with two readings of the full Love and Death Trilogy by Emily C.A. Snyder.
Keith was Valentine in The Other Other Woman and Orpheus, Sisyphus, and Brontes in the three plays of the Love and Death Trilogy.
These ran Oct 4 - 13th at El Barrio's Art Space on 99th and 2nd.
Trom - Boehner in The Tank
August 22, 2018
Keith played trombone and did some light clowning in "The Boehner Sisters" - a crazy, fun clown show about two Hungarian strong-women who find themselves in search of AMERICAN FAME.
The show ran at The PIT in NYC from Aug 22 - 25th.
Windsor 4: The Rererewifening
June 24, 2018
Keith ventured forth into Windsor Castle one final time this year (perhaps)! He donned the mantle of William Paige once more for a fully staged reading of The Merry Widows of Windsor at The Sheen Center Theater Festival.
The Merry Widows of Windsor was a semi-finalist in the Shakespeare's New Contemporaries program at the American Shakespeare Center this past spring.
Turning 5: A memoir
June 15, 2018
Keith made yet another trek back to Windsor Castle at Hamlet Isn't Dead's 5th Birthday Party, where he performed in an abridged parody version of The Merry Wives of Windsor. He also provided musical accompaniment for the night with several other members of Hamlet Isn't Dead's Resident Acting Company. Who knew turning five could be so fun?
Racing Rocking Horses
May 29, 2018
Keith took on the role of John Bassett in a reading of Spain and Rackoff's new musical The Rocking Horse Winner - a haunting, yet heartwarming show based on the short story of the same name. It was a packed house at The Playroom Theater with great audience reception. Very exciting to be part of this intriguing new work. Read more about Spain and Rackoff at https://www.spainandrackoff.com/
Wherefore art thou Romeo?
April 06, 2018
Keith had the incredible opportunity to revisit the role of Romeo in a hyper intimate version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet produced through the MFA Directing Program at Columbia University. Fighting. Kissing (like in the adjacent picture!). Yelling. Crying. What more could you want?
Burning Boy in Hell's Kitchen!
March 01, 2018
Keith was the Assistant Director to a nearly sold out production of David West Read's Dream of the Burning Boy presented by Normal Ave Productions.
The show is getting extended to a second weekend due to the immaculate reception from audiences!
Running March 1-4, 9 and 10 at the Medicine Show Theater on 52nd and 10th
EDIT: Keith ended up going on as a last minute cover for the role of Steve on the March 9th performance! EXCITING! That's live theater folks!