Michael McKeever's full length plays include 37 Postcards,
The Velveteen Undertow, That Sound You Hear (which was first produced during the First Annual New Plays Project at Coral Gable's New Theatre) and The New Orleans Story (which enjoyed a wonderful success at the Sixth Annual Key West Theatre Festival). His war-time drama The Garden of Hannah List was World Premiered at the prestigious Florida Stage in Manalapan, for which it received a Carbonell Award for Best New Work of 1998. His play Don't Tell the Tsar will be read at Boca Raton's Caldwell Theatre in March of 1999. One month later, he will take the play to the Hartt School at the University of Hartford, where it will be workshopped and staged as part of the school's New Play Fellowship Program. Earlier this year, McKeever was honored with the *1997-1998 Florida Individual Artist Fellowship.
In addition to his career as a playwright, McKeever is also an actor and graphic artist. As an actor, he has performed on numerous South Florida stages. His graphic art portfolio includes posters for Radio City Music Hall, The Miami Film Festival and Chicago's Port Clinton Art
Festival. His work also hangs in many private collections
Recently, McKeever was initiated into the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale's Hall of Fame, and was honored with Miami's Art & Business Council Community Service Award for his contributions to the cultural community. McKeever resides in South Florida...*END
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