Kevin R. Free is one of nytheatre.com’s 15 people of the year for 2010, because of his “outstanding, noteworthy contributions to the New York theatre scene.” For the past 2 1/2 years, Kevin R. Free has been an ensemble member of the wildly prolific New York Neo-Futurists, writing, performing and directing in Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind
(30 Plays in 60 Minutes). Before that, he was an actor in several Off- and Off-Off-Broadway and Regional productions, including his own one-man show, Face Value
, about an African-American Country singer. Somewhere in the middle of all that, he was one of the recipients of the NYIT Award for Outstanding Ensemble for his full-length Neo-Futurist play, (Not) Just A Day Like Any Other
(co-written by Christopher Borg, Jeffrey Cranor, and Eevin Hartsough. Nowadays, he acts in plays and commercials; he hosts events; he narrates audiobooks; he directs students, and he writes, mostly about himself. His newest full-length play, A Raisin in the Salad: Black Plays for White People
, was presented at FringeNYC in 2010.
More About Kevin R. Free
Kevin R. Free and The Fire This Time Festival [January 20, 2013]
Martin Denton interviews Kevin R. Free about the 2013 Fire This Time Festival, which he associate produced.
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