8.17: Kea directs As You Like It, a filmed adaptation produced by Apocalyptic Artists Ensemble. Read more about the production here.
6.24: All Is Well screens at the Nevada Women's Film Festival
5.22: All Is Well screens at the Big Apple Film Festival
5.27: All Is Well screens at the Madness Film Festival
4.3 Smart opens at Ensemble Studio Theatre! Read reviews here, here, and here.
4.14 Smart is featured on NPR's Science Friday
4.19 Smart extends until April 30th!
3.18: All Is Well screens at New Filmmakers LA
3.30: Kea performs in SMART at Ensemble Studio Theatre through April 23
2.17: Kea joins the cast of an industry reading of Disruption by Andrew Stein, featuring Tina Benko and Matthew Rauch. More info here.
2.22: All Is Well screens at FilmGate Miami
2.23: Kea joins the cast of SMART, a new play by Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, directed by Matt Dickson, opening March 30 at Ensemble Studio Theatre. More info here and here.
10.16: Apocalyptic Artists' inaugural gala at The Players, with special guests Robert Cuccioli and Ty Jones (Producing Artistic Director of The Classical Theatre of Harlem)
8.11: Kea co-writes All Is Well with Taylor Steele, directed by Elaine Del Valle, as part of The Women's Weekend Film Challenge.
7.7 & 7.9: Kea Assistant Directs (and acts in) two more readings of Rose of St. Therese, a new play written and directed by Katie Cappiello
7.23: Kea and co-writer Cody Stickels' comedy screenplay The Wedding Date is featured in Outfest's Screenwriting Lab Live Reading Series, directed by Zackery Alexzander Stephens, featuring Kyra Sedgwick, River Butcher, Alexandra Shipp, and Taylor Nichols.
7.28-30: Kea represents Theater for a New Audience at a Shakespeare & Social Justice Arts Education Conference at Shakespeare Center of LA
6.5: Kea joins the workshop reading of Occupied by Aly Kantor, presented by Playhouse on Park, directed by Moira O'Sullivan.
6.6: Apocalyptic Artists' Julius Caesar premieres at Mercury Store in Brooklyn.
6.21: Kea joins the cast of Middlehood, a new TV series written and directed by Michele Palermo.
5.25: Kea joins the cast of the first public reading of Rose of St. Therese, a new play written and directed by Katie Cappiello.
6.13: A Midsummer Night's Dream, co-produced by Astoria Performing Arts Center and Apocalyptic Artists, premieres at Stuart Cinema. Read more here.
6.21-28: A Midsummer Night's Dream, co-produced by Astoria Performing Arts Center and Apocalyptic Artists, premieres online. Tickets available here
6.30: Kea performs in a virtual production of The Empress of Jupiter, written by Laura Zlatos, produced by New Perspectives Theatre. Tickets available here.
5.22: Milkwater is available to stream on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and Wolfe on Demand
2.20: Apocalyptic Artists presents: She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms
12.2-6: Kea is a 2020 Outfest Screenwriting Lab Fellow
12.4-9: Apocalyptic Artists presents: She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms
11.24-29: Apocalyptic Artists presents: Macbeth
10.1-4: Milkwater screens at Out on Film
9.1-4: Milkwater screens at Dances with Films
9.17-27: Milkwater screens at Atlanta Film Festival
9.18-23: Milkwater screens at Indie Street Film Festival
8.7: Coming to Terms is now streaming on Omeleto. Read a review here.
7.31: Kea and co-writer Cody Stickels are semi-finalists for the Outfest Screenwriters Lab 2020
10.13: Coming to Terms screens at the Awareness Film Festival in Los Angeles.
9.4: Girl Talk premieres online at NO BUDGE.
9.26: Girl Talk screens at Nitehawk Cinema, as part of Generation Queer, a spotlight on short films made by emerging LGBTQIA+ filmmakers.
7.19: Coming to Terms premieres at LA Shorts International Film Festival
6.6: Hurry Up & Wait is an official selection at NY Shorts International Film Festival
6.12-16: Girl Talk screens at Provincetown Film Festival
6.26: Kea joins the cast of The Even More Lamentable Tragedy of Lavinia, by Laura Zlatos, a reading directed by Eric Tucker and presented by HB Studio.
5.29: Loves Labors Lost, dir. Tom Ridgely, opens at The Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis
4.2: Kea joins the cast of The Pussy Grabber Plays, presented as part of the #HealMeToo Festival at IRT.
4.8: Kea joins the cast of a workshop reading of a new play by Dominic Finocchiaro at The Lark.
4.10-14: Hurry Up & Wait is an official selection at The Fort Meyers Film Festival, and The Kansas City Film Festival
4.30: Kea joins the cast of Loves Labors Lost, dir. Tom Ridgely, playing May 31-June 23 at The Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis
3.8: Mordeo: No Escape is live on Crypt TV
3.11: Kea joins the cast of an industry reading of The Inheritance of Shame, produced by Playhouse Creatures Theater Company, directed by Scott Davis, presented at the Wild Project.
3.18: Kea joins the cast of an industry reading of Little League, by Jack Spagnola, directed by Noam Shapiro, presented by The Tank.
3.28: Ice Cold screens at The Brooklyn Museum, as part of Feminist Film Night
2.1: Mordeo: Desperation is live on Crypt TV
1.4 Mordeo Season One premieres on Crypt TV (view trailer here)
12.7: Kea shoots episode 1.3 of FX's Fosse/Verdon, dir. Adam Bernstein
12.9: Kea joins a staged reading of Beethoven, by Morgan Green
12.10: Premiere of Hurry Up & Wait, dir. Riley Ewing, produced by Spacehead Productions
12.15: Kea joins a staged reading of Exorcisers, a new TV pilot written by Alexis Roblan, developed at The Tank's Pilot Program
11.16: Girl Talk is an official selection at The Williamsburg Independent Film Festival
11.19: Kea films Daisies, a short written and directed by Julia St. Pierre
11.21-30: Girl Talk and Tell Me Twice are official selections at Image + Nation in Montreal, where Girl Talk is a Short in Competition
10.29-11.2: Kea shoots Mordeo Season One, dir. Ben Sottak, produced by Crypt TV.
10.28: Kea joins a workshop of Here Lies Cappy, by Anya Richkind, produced by Play by Play lab.
10.26: Kea joins a workshop of Fatima, by Alexis Roblan, Dir. Dara Malina, in residency at BRIC Arts.
10.24-28: Girl Talk and Ice Cold make their New York City debut at Newfest
10.22: Kea joins the cast of Milkwater, dir. Morgan Ingari
10.7: Girl Talk is an official selection at the Iris Prize festival in Wales
10.7: Girl Talk is an official selection at the Oaxaca Film Fest in Mexico
9.7: Girl Talk is an official selection at aGLIFF in Austin , TX
912: The Kindergarten Teacher opens in theaters, and is streaming on Netflix.
9.21: Tell Me Twice is an official selection at Reeling Film Festival in Chicago
9.22: Kea films The Last Straw, as part of the Women's Weekend Film Challenge.
9.23: Girl Talk is an official selection at Oslo Fusion Film Festival in Norway
9.29: Girl Talk is an official selection at Reeling Film Festival in Chicago AND Out On Film in Atlanta
8.12: Girl Talk is an official selection at Holly Shorts
8.16-23: Tell Me Twice is an official selection at NCGLFF in North Carolina
8.18-23: Girl Talk is an official selection at NCGLFF in North Carolina
7.2: Little Rock is a NYTimes Critic's Pick!
7.13-20: Girl Talk makes its world premiere at Outfest in Los Angeles
7.17: Overnight is an official selection at the Long Island International Film Expo
7.20: Girl Talk is an official selection at Denver Film Society's Cinema Q Festival
7.25: Coming to Terms completes post production!
6.1: Tell Me Twice is an official selection at The New York International Film Festival, and an IMDB Independent Shorts Awards Gold winner.
6.14-24: Tell Me Twice and Ice Cold are official selections at Frameline 42 in San Francisco.
6.20: Kea joins a developmental reading of No Yacht by Sarah Sander, dir. Margot Bordelon, presented by Page 73
5.1: Tell Me Twice wins an Independent Shorts Award.
5.19: Curall is an official selection at The Hoboken International Film Festival
5.29: Kea workshops Dearly Beloved by Chana Porter, dir. Sarah Hughes, at New Georges.
5.30: Kea joins the cast of Little Rock, a new play dir. Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj, presented by The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture.
4.3: Kea joins the cast of a staged reading of American Hunger, directed by Lisa Peterson, presented by The Cherry Lane's Mentor Project.
4.5-9: Tell Me Twice is an official selection at Clexacon 2018 in Las Vegas.
3.4: Little League wins Best Comedy at Frigid 2018!
3.28-31: Kea plays Queen Elizabeth in Richard III, directed by Nana Dakin, presented byLenfest Center for the Arts.
2.15-3.2: Kea joins the cast of Little League, a new play by Jack Spagnola, dir. Noam Shapiro, presented by Horse Trade Theater Group's FRIGID 2018. Read a Broadway World article about the show, or read glowing reviews from Theater is Easy and My Entertainment World.
2.22: Kea joins the cast of Little Rock: a staged reading and panel discussion presented by The Sheen Center.
1.17-20: Kea films Hurry Up and Wait, dir. Riley Jacob Ewing.
12.8-10: Kea films Girl Talk, a film written and directed by Erica Rose
11.13: Kea joins a staged reading of Usual Girls, by Ming Peiffer, directed by Tyne Rafaeli, presented by Public Arts. More info here.
10.24-12.23: Kea understudies Zoe Winters and Natalia Payne in The Last Match, by Anna Ziegler, directed by Gaye Taylor Unchurch, opening October 24th at Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre
9.2-10: Kea joins the cast of Joy, a new play written and directed by Katie Cappiello, presented by The Arctic Group at IRT. "Trevett is fierce" — Theater is Easy (read full review here)
9.9-10: Two Birds is an official short film selection at The Austin Gay + Lesbian International Film Festival, and winner of Best Student Made Film!
9.28-30: Kea joins the cast of Three Sisters, a new adaptation by Matt Minnicino, directed by Julia Sears and Elizabeth Nearing, as part of The Barn's 2017 Chekhov Festival.
8.6: Kea shoots a co-star role in The Kindergarten Teacher, dir. Sara Colangelo, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.
8.10-13: Two Birds is a JURY PRIZE WINNER at The North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival.
7.28-29: Kea joins the cast of Some Pictures of the Floating World, a new play by Matt Minnicino, directed by Tara Elliot, returns to The Barn Arts Festival for their 2017 Season!
6.24-25: This is a Protest of What Happened, by Alexis Roblan, dir. Dara Malina, performs in the This Is Not Normal Festival at The Brick.
6.30: Filming on location at Sarah Lawrence for Ice Cold, dir. Sekiya Dorsett.
5.11-13: Premiere of Last Night in Inwood by Alix Sobler, dir. Marc Atkinson, as part of the Columbia MFA Playwrights New Plays Festival at Signature Theater.
5.6: Kea reprises her role as Mary Shelley in Dearly Beloved, a new work by Chana Porter, dir. Eric Powell Holm, presented by Cloud City as part of BREAD Presents: Pumpernips (3 of 3): Letters Home
4.15 Filming a comedic short with Kenneth Morton
4.23 Workshop reading of a new play by Hannah Rittner, produced by Play By Play Lab.
4.27: Gregory Mosher's Adaptation of Antigone published by Broadway Play Publishing
3.3-5: Two Birds wins BEST SHORT at Clexacon in Las Vegas.
3.6-24: Kea plays Luciana in The Young Company production of The Comedy of Errors, dir. Tyne Rafaeli at Classic Stage Company.
3.11-26: Filming Coming to Terms, dir. Kaitlyn Gallagher.
3.13: Kea plays Mary Shelley in Dearly Beloved, a new work by Chana Porter, dir. Eric Powell Holm, presented by The Little Theatre at Dixon Place.
2.7: Kea featured in Maryland Lottery ad, aired during the 2017 Super Bowl!
1.13: Staged reading of Some Pictures of the Floating World, by Matt Minnicino, dir. Tara Elliott, at Cloud City as part of The Barn Arts Festival.
12.5: Filming season 2 of Keep Me Posted, prod. Pitch Her Productions.
12.17-18: Filming Overnight, dir. Amy Hollis
11.17: This is a Protest of What Happened, written by Alexis Roblan, dir. Dara Malina, presented at The Yard.
10.1: Filming Afterlife, dir. Graham Litten
10.8-9: Filming Ice Cold, dir. Sekiya Dorsett.
10.15: Two Birds screens at TWIST 2016: Seattle Queer Film Festival
10.22: Two Birds screens at New Fest 2016: New York's LGBT Film Festival.
9.6-18: Filming Curall, written and directed by Spencer Harris.
8.9: The Woman American, written by Samantha Cooper, presented by The Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival.
8.13: RIP Erica the Assistant, written by Kristin Slaney and directed by Molly Rose Clifford, presented as part of the Tank's 7x7 New Play Festival: Lady Edition
8.15-18: The Misanthrope, a new adaptation by Matthew Minnicino, directed by Benita de Wit. Production photos available here.
7.9: Staged reading of Birds of a Feather, directed by Aliza Shane as part of Turn To Flesh Productions 2016 Reading Series.
6.3- 6.5: Scrapland, an immersive theater experience, at Wintercheck Factory in Brooklyn. Tickets available here.
6.6: Staged reading of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People, directed by Scott Ebersold, atClassic Stage Company, as part of the Ibsen: Fist Look Festival.
6.11: Photo shoot with Lina Jang Photography
6.20-21: Filmed Birth Control, and NYU thesis film directed by Edgar Nevarez Flores.
6.25-7.3: Kea returns to The Barn for a workshop residency of Some Pictures of the Floating World, a new play by Matt Minnicino, directed by Tara Elliot.
5.24: Staged reading of Agora, a new play by Youngblood member Kristin Slaney, at Ensemble Studio Theater.
5.25-26: Workshop residency of Malefactions, by Matt Minnicino at The O'Neill Theater Center.
4.24: Workshop reading of Freezer Burn, written by Maggie Rose, directed by Joel Kirk.
2.29-3.16: CSC's Young Company presents Othello, directed by Tyne Rafaeli. More info available here.
3.19-29: Filmed Tell Me Twice, second collaboration with writer/director Caitlin Stickels.
3.28 & 4.10: The Columbia MFA Acting Class of 2016 NYC & LA Showcase, more information available here.
2.1: Reading of You Feel So Far Away Right Now, by Alexis Roblan, dir. Dara Malina, in Crashbox Theater's Read. Play. Write. IV
12.7: Filmed Two Birds, written and directed by Catie Stickels.
12.18-19: Christmastime Penance, a short play by Kristin Slaney, performed as part of the Tank's 7x7 New Play Festival: Holiday Edition.
11.11-21 Columbia MFA Acting Class of 2016 presents Our Town, directed by Tyne Rafaeli, at Classic Stage Company. Click here for production photos. More info available on our website.
10.15: Shot Seasons of Lime and Grey with NYU MFA Film Director Tukei Muhumuza.
9.28: Workshop reading of trees in their youth, a new play by Dominic Finocchiaro, at The Lark.
7.5-22: African tour of Antigone in the World, dir. Gregory Mosher. Click for production photos, website, and facebook page.
6.1: Staged reading of brother, brother, written by Dominic Finocchiaro, dir. Nikki Przasnyski, part of Second Circle Theater Company’s first inaugural reading series.
6.20: Ripe Time’s Clarissa Dalloday, a marathon reading of Mrs. Dalloway Hosted by the Brooklyn Public Library and Kathleen Chalfant.
6.26-27: Workshop production of Malefactions, written by Matt Minnicino, dir. Anouk Kemp. Click for production photos and tumblr.
5.11-6.3: Returned to Lincoln Center Education with Psittacus Productions’ adaptation ofMacbeth, A Tale Told By An Idiot, dir. Robert Richmond.
5.20-22: Premiere of Inhume, a devised multi-disciplinary adaptation of the Genesis story, dir. Misha Chowdhury, text by Matt Minnicino and Will Gutierrez, musical direction by Ron Ragin.
4.28-5.2: Reprised role of Laodamia in Laodamiad, written by Chas LiBretto, dir. Joe Ward, for Theater Masters’ Take Ten 2015: The National MFA Playwrights Festival, presented at The Celebration of Whimsy Theater.
3.12 Staged reading of A Cure in the House, written by Chas LiBretto, dir. Hunter Bird, at Columbia University.
2.6-7: World premiere of The Found Dog Ribbon Dance, written by Dominic Finocchiaro, dir. Nikki Przasnyski. Check out our facebook page.