New Work Weekend

This weekend I’ll spend Saturday with the Emerging Writer’s Group at The Public Theater, directing new pieces by some truly fantastic, exciting, boundary-testing playwrights.  So psyched. And, Sunday will spent with Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan; I’ll be staging the winning play of the 2011 Trinity Playwrights Competition – starring Francesca Choy-Kee and Lee Rosen.  […]

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Shakespeare’s Talkin’

Lots going on with the Shakespeare Society.  Tomorrow will be our second major event, CONCORD OF SWEET SOUNDS, featuring powerhouse actor John Douglas Thompson.  He will be playing an amazing and far-reaching range of characters, from Orsino to Prospero, all in one night. And next Monday, at The Pearl Theater, we’re holding a talk with

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Women’s Project Annual Meeting

The Women’s Project Lab is off to a great start!  We just completed our first project together – making pieces for the Annual Meeting.  I was thrilled to work with uber-talented playwright Dipika Guha and producer Deadria Harrington.  We created a piece based on Joan Schenkar’s 1978 play SIGNS OF LIFE, which starred Kathleen Chalfant. 

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Excited for the first Shakespeare Society Major Event of the season.  We’re going to be hosting Robert Lepage and Peter Holland for discussion about TEMPEST – with scenes and songs from the play and opera.  And, I’ll be live tweeting the rehearsal/show.  You can follow me at @keatlo and the Shakespeare Society at @shakespearenyc; I’ll

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Shakespeare Society

I’ve just joined the ranks of The Shakespeare Society, as Artistic Associate! I’ll continuing development on our Shakespeare Talks series and Major Events evenings, as well as helping to support Shakespeare productions in development in NYC. More on the Society here!

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Fill Our Mouths in NYC

Thanks to all the incredible folks who turned out for Fill Our Mouths on Friday! It was an incredible experience to be able to dive back into working on this gorgeous play; could be more grateful to New Georges and Women’s Project for their support. Look for more from Fill Our Mouths next summer!

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My interview with Joe Haj is now up on HowlRound.   Check it out! We talk about diversity in artistic leadership in this country – and how might be able to start to achieve it. Here’s a sound bite: “There is a glass ceiling problem, and until we acknowledge that and actively work to move the

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Mobile Unit

Today I embark again on the Public Theater’s Mobile Unit – teaching Shakespeare’s RICHARD III at correction facilities and institutions through NY and NJ.  I could not be more excited to continue my year of RICHARD, or so it would seem, since I spent March teaching this powerful play for BAM. I’m especially excited to

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