is the Enloe/Rose Artistic Director of Dallas Theater Center, where his work as a director includes: It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … It’s Superman; The Who’s Tommy; The Wiz; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Henry IV; King Lear; The Tempest; Fat Pig; his original adaptation of A Christmas Carol; Oedipus el Rey; Medea; Electra; Colossal; All the Way; Inherit the Wind; Hair, The Great Society, The Trials of Sam Houston, and Twelfth Night. Since 2007 he has led Dallas Theater Center through many new initiatives, including the move into the Wyly Theatre; the establishment of the Brierley Resident Acting Company; the creation of Public Work Dallas; an extensive series of new play productions; community collaborations with North Texas Food Bank, Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, and most of the region’s theater companies; and multi-year partnerships with Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts and SMU Meadows School of the Arts. Before joining Dallas Theater Center, Kevin served as the artistic director of the Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY, for seven years. From 2002-2007 Kevin was the Head of Directing for the Brown University/Trinity Rep MFA Program in Providence, RI, and he was an Associate Artist at Trinity Rep Company. He made his operatic directing debut with The Lighthouse for The Dallas Opera in 2012 and directed The Marriage of Figaro in 2014. Kevin has served as a public school music teacher at La Crescent High School in La Crescent, MN, and as an Associate Professor at Brown University. Kevin has served as Board Chair for Dallas Arts District and Theatre Communications Group, Vice-President for National Alliance for Musical Theatre, member of Booker T. Washington Advisory Board and the Dallas Assembly; he has been a recipient of a Drama League directing fellowship, and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.