Christopher Kehoe

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Photo by Rich Fleischman.
“Be ready to throw out your ideas of what an evening of theater is, could, or should be.”

-2010 Minnesota Fringe Festival audience review

Christopher Kehoe is a performer, playwright, and director from Minneapolis, Minnesota. His work has been called "brilliant" by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and "genius" by Minnesota Playlist, both in developing original plays (I Will Show You Fear in a Handful of Dust, Joe Dowling's William Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" on the Moon..., Reykjavík, St. Christopher of Financial Aid) and performing onstage with The Jungle Theater (Hamlet), Frank Theatre (Ajax in Iraq, The Metamorphosis, By the Bog of Cats, Vinegar Tom), Sandbox Theatre (.faust), Skylark Opera (Mlle. Modiste), The Strange Capers (Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night), the Minnesota Centennial Showboat (The Count of Monte Cristo, Sherlock's Last Case, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway), and more, in addition to studying and performing long-form improvisation with Brave New Institute for over three years. Christopher is a two-time Minnesota State High School League Speech Champion (Serious Interpretation of Drama: 2002, 2003), graduated summa cum laude from the University of Minnesota, and holds an MFA in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre from Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre. He is a member of American MENSA, and is the Producing Director of The Peanut Butter Factory.