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Kevin is a playwright and actor born and raised in Southern California. Full-length plays include PEOPLE LIKE YOU; GOOD AND MOURNED; IN THE STARRY NIGHTS and most recently LOST SHARKS. As an actor he has performed with Oasis Theater Company, San Diego Repertory, Ivy Substation, the MET, and the Powerhouse Theater. In Los Angeles, Kevin worked extensively with auteur Ken Roht and his Orphean Circus at the Mark Taper Forum, at REDCAT in Disney Hall, and at the Evidence Room. He has interned both at South Coast Repertory and in the literary department at the Public Theatre. This past summer Kevin served as Playwriting Instructor for Interlochen Arts Center in Michigan. He is a second-year playwright at the Iowa Playwrights Workshop. B.A.: UC San Diego.

Lost Sharks

It’s 1973 and things are looking good for the Shark’s Den, a run down jazz-burlesque club located on Central Avenue in Los Angeles. We learn that Torres, the club’s owner, has secured a loan from a bank and has big dreams of renovating the club and bringing the famous Avenue back to life. Her smoke break is interrupted by a stranger named Cameron who’s arrived from London bearing a bar napkin scribbled with a message: “If you want your son back come to 423 South Central… and quick”. The mystery of the son compounds with violent consequences as Torres is forced to defend her buried past and the future of the club.