Catching Up

It's been a while.

Kev's old MacBook has died and gone to Hell, so he's been working on a ChromeBook until he can get a new MacBook next month, at which point, he'll fully update the website with a fresh resume and PDFs of all of the short works he's created since the MacBook's funeral. 

He's been making some theatre, applying to some things, getting rejected and accepted to some things, and living life as well as a playwright in New York City can. 

He's excited to get back into things, because these gay mythologies won't create themselves.

xo. 

7 Fast 7 Furious & Other News

Kev will be presenting the 7th installment in the Orange Terror Cycle, Angelica•Peggy•Eliza WERQ! at 7 Fast 7 Furious at The {new} Tank on October 3 at 7pm. 

His play Betty Odessa will be produced by The Tank in Winter 2018. 

Additionally, he is developing Fabulous Creatures through a series of workshops and public showings over the next 8 months, and is developing a play for young audiences, Children See Magic, for The Tank's children's program. 

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Upcoming and Not Upcoming

Hey pals!

Just a quick check-in!

Tickets are on sale for Frantic McDormand: Happy Days Are Queer Again at The Duplex June 29 at 9:30pm, and can be purchased HERE! The evening is going to be WILD. 

Tickets are also on sale for Kev's spooky noir play Betty Odessa at The Tank July 9 and 13, and can be purchased HERE! This one's terrifying.

In addition, Kev just performed at Rattlestick for the first time! Wahoo! He performed his play How the VIllage Got So Gay, a fabulous sitting walking tour of Greenwich Village's gay history!

Fresh Ground Pepper & PrideFest 2017

Kev's thrilled thrilled thrilled to announce that he's accepted a slot as an Artist in Residence on the Fresh Ground Pepper BRB artists' retreat this August, at Little Pond, in Nazareth, PA. He'll be spending 6 days working on Fabulous Creatures. He's wildly excited.

Also, Kev's accepted a slot in The Tank's PrideFest 2017, where he and his team will be presenting Betty Odessa, his noir play about masculinity, hazing, and murder. More to come.