Keyanna Alexander » BIPOC Artist Directory (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill)
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Keyanna Alexander (She/Her) is a freelance theatre-maker, focusing on directing, streaming and playwriting. She graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2018. Her recent work has been with MOJOAA Performance Arts, Play On Shakespeare and Theatre Breaking Through Barriers. When Keyanna isn’t watching anime, you can find her serving as the Associate Artistic Director of Women’s Theatre Festival, the Vice Chair of the Southeastern Theatre Conference Women+ in Theatre Committee, and the Assistant Director of Logistics for the National Black Theatre Festival. She discusses the transition of virtual theatre and the intersectionality of identity and arts advocacy through her talk show, Theatre’s NOT Dead with Keyanna Alexander, which updates every Tuesday on YouTube.