I like a play that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
I like trees; plays should be more like trees.
Keith is a theater maker, teacher, and arts journalist. As a theater director, he is the Creative Director of Upstream Artists’ Collective in Brooklyn, NY and former Artistic Director of The New Theatre Project in Ann Arbor, MI. He has directed several new works regionally and in New York including most recently The Noise by Benjamin Weiner at Dixon Place, This One Time in Nature by Eliza Bent at Brooklyn Yard, and Lord of the Flies with Waterwell. As a company manager credits include Off-Broadway: White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, Turn Me Loose; New York: Sheen Center, New York Stage and Film Powerhouse Theater. Keith is a professor of communications and the arts at Mercy College and an assistant teacher with Tectonic Theater Project. He has also taught at Brooklyn College, the Professional Performing Arts School, and Pioneer High School. As an arts journalist, Keith writes for Theatre is Easy and is a contributor to Dramatics magazine. MFA: Brooklyn College under Tom Bullard and Mary B. Robinson.