Eli Keel is a freelance journalist and playwright, based in the blossoming art scene of Louisville, Kentucky. Nationally he’s written for Salon.com, The MarySue.com, HowlRound.com, and Pointe Magazine out of New York.
Locally he’s written for Louisville Public Radio’s news division, both the radio and the web (wfpl.com), Insiderlouisville.com, LEO Weekly and Leoweekly.com. He’s also contributed to Louisville Magazine, The Voice Tribune, Modern Louisville, Churchill Downs Magazine, arts-louisville.com, and thecoffeecompass.com.
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In this installment, Eli Keel discusses Louisville Championship Arm Wrestling and its non-traditional approach to live theatre.
Eli Keel discusses his experience performing in Phillip Dawkins’ play Failure: A Love Story and shares the timely lesson he learned.
Actor and writer Eli Keel reflects on his introduction to Shakespeare and advocates translation for new audiences.
In his third installment, Eli Keel discusses the ethics of seeking consent from actors in theatre settings.