Bio

kevin-siteKevin is a playwright originally from North Dakota. An alumnus of the University of Minnesota, where he studied history and philosophy, he holds an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. He began studying playwriting in London at the Royal Court Theatre and became a core writer out of the Young Writers Program. He has received commissions from History Theatre and Red Eye, and his work has been performed and/or developed in the US and UK at places including Des Moines Social Club, the Finborough Theatre (DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP), Mondays Dark (IF YOU START A FIRE), the New Theatre Project (WOLF CRY WOLF), Nouveau 47 (COYOTE), Page 73, the Playwrights’ Center, Scriptworks, Theatre503 ($<0RP!0), Stage West, the Tristan Bates Theatre, and the UK National Student Drama Festival.

His honors include the Jerome and Michener fellowships, the Tennessee Williams and Kenyon Institute scholarships, and the Kernodle New Play, International Student Playscript Competition, Repertory Theatre Iowa’s Alpha Project and Southwest Playwriting awards, and, most recently, an Offie nomination for DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP. He is represented by Max Grossman at Abrams and lives in New York, where he is a member of Bookshop Workshops’ and Page 73’s playwriting groups. He is published by Oberon Books and Playscripts and currently under commission from History Theatre, at work on a new play about Hemingway called ERNEST & THE BULL.