Kevin joined Irish Theatre Of Chicago in 2001, after having already directed 1995’s THE CLEARING and the 2000 world premiere of Ann Noble’s THE PAGANS (Jeff Award - Best New Work). Additional directing work for ITC includes the world premiere of DRINK ME, OR THE STRANGE CASE OF ALICE TIMES THREE, A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN, and THE MY WAY RESIDENTIAL. Onstage with ITC, Kevin has performed in DANCING AT LUGHNASA, THE WEIR, and THE WHITE ROAD, and was part of the Jeff Award-winning "Best Ensemble" of THE SEAFARER. Other Chicago area acting work includes the Goodman Theatre, Next Theatre, Lifeline, City Lit, Buffalo Theatre, Oak Park Festival Theatre, Peninsula Players and CT20 Ensemble. Directing experience includes six shows with the City Lit Theatre including the Jeff Award winning JEEVES AND THE MATING SEASON, THE MANDRAKE for greasy joan & co. (Jeff nomination); THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (adapted by fellow ITC member Robert Kauzlaric), THE SILVER CHAIR, THE SIRENS OF TITAN, and MONSTROUS REGIMENT for Lifeline; FAIR MAID OF THE WEST for CT20 Ensemble (Jeff nomination); and CYRANO, HENRY V, and THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST for the Oak Park Festival Theatre, where he also directed and performed in the world premiere of Ned Crowley's A DICKENS CAROL, which has become an Oak Park holiday tradition. He has written two books: Confessions of a Transylvanian, a memoir of his teenage years as a member of the “Rocky Horror” cult film phenomenon, and Invading Nirvana, a primer on exploring Hollywood as a Chicago actor.