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For playscript synopses and character breakdowns, see Kevin’s New Play Exchange &
Playwrights’ Center profiles.


Kevin is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter originally from North Dakota. He holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (BA, History & Philosophy ’03) and the University of Texas at Austin (MFA, Creative Writing, Michener Fellow ’13). He lives in Saint Paul.

Kevin first studied playwriting at the Royal Court’s young writers program and has received both the Jerome and Michener fellowships as well as a number of awards and scholarships, including the UK International Student Playscript (COYOTE), the Kernodle and the Southwestern Playwriting awards (DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP) and the Sewanee and Kenyon playwriting scholarships. He has been a finalist for the Yale Drama Series (THEN WAVES), the Pen Center USA (THEN WAVES, WOLF CRY WOLF), and the Princess Grace (DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP) awards in addition to the Lila Acheson Wallace program at Juilliard (MODERATION). His drama DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP was nominated for an Offie and is available from Oberon. His work has appeared in the UK and US at including the Finborough, History Theatre, the Living Theatre, Page 73, the Playwrights’ Center, Red Eye and Theatre503.

In 2017 Kevin worked on BBQ Films Emmy-nominated live theatrical ECoin Launch Party, in support of MR ROBOT. He also hosts a podcast about things people love, called GET THIS and is co-founder of the experimental theatre writers Cut Edge Collective.

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MODERATION Zoom Reading w/ Spooky Action Recap

Spooky Action in DC presented the first public reading of MODERATION in May of 2020. This was a real pleasure, and I took a lot from the experience, not least how strange it is to present a play meant for the stage via YouTube. That noted, this play is probably especially suited to the format. It was a great time and the talent (actors, director, etc.) absolutely crushed.

Surprisingly this website (Maryland Theater Guide) reviewed the reading, which is a first. No complaints. See here:


The recording remains online here:


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