Who is Keli Garrett?
Keli Garrett's plays have been produced and developed at Dixon Place in New York City, The Women's Project, the Zoo District in Los Angeles, Penumbra Theatre, The LAByrinth Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, 24 Hour Plays, Playwrights Horizon in New York, Rites and Reason Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, City Lit Theater Company, Chicago Theater Company, Organic Theater, The Providence Black Repertory Company and The California College of Arts and Crafts. The Rhode Island Arts Council, The Joyce Foundation, City Lit Theatre and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum have commissioned her work. Keli is a Core member of the Playwrights Center and a Dramatists Guild member, where in 2004-05 she was a fellow. In 2004-2006 Keli was a resident member of The Women's Project Playwrights' Lab, and in 2006 a LaNapoule Artist in Residence sponsored by the Clews Foundation; and a Walter E. Dakin Fellow in Playwriting at the Sewanee Writers' Conference 2007. This summer she will conduct a Residential Study in Provence, France at the Fondation des Treilles for her new play, Zebra(s). She holds an M.F.A. 1999 in Creative Writing from Brown University, where in 1997 she was a Beinecke Foundation fellow. She holds a B.A. in Theatre from Columbia College.