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.