Ali Keller’s plays have been presented at various theaters across New York City including: Standards (The Dramatists Guild), Whale (Emerging Artists Theatre & The Riant Theatre), Here To Stay (The Gallery Players), For Goodness Sake (4th Street Theatre @ New York Theatre Workshop), Dear Nate (Midtown International Theatre Festival), Slut Claus (Manhattan Rep Theatre) and Good For You (The Assembly Hall at Judson Memorial Church). Readings of her plays Slut Claus, Dear Nate, Independent Christmas, Unresolved, Seven Fishes, and For Goodness Sake have been recorded as part of The CRY HAVOC Podcast. Select Film Credits include: Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened (production assistant), Believin' (Production Manager), Zero Issue (Producer). Select Associate Director and Assistant credits include: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill (Broadway), the 2012 Oscar Hammerstein Award, and Live From Lincoln Center: Sweeney Todd, and Rob Fischer Celebrates Kander & Ebb. Select Directing credits include: A Visit To The Bronx (Finalist in The Avery Theater Company's 20/20 Festival at The Phillipstown Depot Theater), Stage Mothers (The Clurman Theatre), and Clearence The Cannibal (The Bowery Poetry Club). Ali has worked as teaching assistant for Adam Gwon and Abe Koogler at Primary Stages. She received her B.A. in Theatre Arts at Bucknell University, is an alumnus of CRY HAVOC's Apprenticeship Program, participated in the SDCF Observership Program, and is an Associate Member of SDC and a Member of the Stillwater Writers Group and the Dramatists Guild of America. Ali is a Resident Playwright and Outreach Coordinator at The CRY HAVOC Company (www.cryhavoccompany.org).
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