Keira Fromm

Director

Keira Fromm

Director, A Phoenix Too Frequent

Keira returns to APT after directing A Doll’s House and a Winter Words reading of The Moors in 2019. She is a Chicago-based, Jeff Award-nominated director, casting director and teacher. Keira recently directed for film a production of Anna Ziegler’s The Last Match at Writers Theatre, available to stream May/June 2021. Some favorite directing credits include: Top Girls (Remy Bumppo); Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (TheatreSquared), Bull in a China Shop, Significant Other, Bright Half Life, and A Kid Like Jake (About Face Theatre), hang (Remy Bumppo), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City (Route 66 Theatre Company), The Columnist (American Blues Theater), How the World Began (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble), Luce (Next Theatre), Charles Ives Take Me Home (Strawdog), The How and the Why (TimeLine Theatre), Broadsword (Gift Theatre), Fallow (Steep Theatre), and Lobby Hero (Redtwist Theatre.) Keira is an Artistic Associate with About Face Theatre. She received her MFA from DePaul University, her BFA from Boston University, is an alumna of Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, and is a member of SDC, the professional directors union. She sends all her love to P&R.

Member of Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, an Independent Labor Union