Keaton Brower

Keaton Brower (Dramaturg, Triad Stage Artistic Apprentice) Triad Stage: assistant director for A Christmas Carol and Dracula (both 2019), assistant dramaturg for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Other: assistant director for Ripe Frenzy (New Repertory Theatre/Boston Center for American Performance), Saturday, and Silos (NC Governor’s School East), director of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead (Oconaluftee Little Symphony Society), acting credits with NC Shakes, the Cherokee Historical Association, Castle McCulloch, etc. Keaton has also worked independently as a producer on the short film Night, which screened at festivals throughout the US and UK in 2018. Education: BFA in Theatre Arts, Boston University; Diploma in Classical Acting, LAMDA; High School Diploma in Drama, UNCSA.