Kevin has performed in many theatres throughout Los Angeles County., with such groups as Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills, Unbound Productions (creators of Wicked Lit), Sharon L. Graine Productions and Debbie McMahon’s The Grand Guignolers.
With Theatre 40, Kevin has appeared as the famous Hollywood producer Irving Thalberg, in their production of Taming The Lion by Jack Rushen. With Sharon L. Graine Productions, Kevin has portrayed such legendary Hollywood icons as Clark Gable, Otto Preminger, Bette Davis and Vincent Price. (His appearance as Vincent in the one-man show, INSIDE VINCENT PRICE, The Man Inside The Man written by Sharon L. Graine, culminated in a series of performances at the Vincent Price Art Museum located on the campus of East Los Angeles College.) With the critically acclaimed Grand Guignolers, Kevin appeared in A Very Grand Guignol Christmas as the evil Dr. Gorlitz and the even more successful Absinthe, Opium & Magic: 1920s Shanghai as The Madame. (Shanghai was performed again at The Ivy Substation in Culver City where The Grand Guignolers were invited to perform by Tim Robbins and The Actors’ Gang.) With Unbound Productions, Kevin played the strident Nurse Racher in The System, directed by Debbie McMahon,and Satan in The Ebony Frame, directed by Jaime Robledo, Big Papa in Camp Mountain View both part of the Ovation Recommended production, Wicked Lit, performed at the Mountain View Mausoleum in Altadena.
A few years ago, Kevin took on his greatest challenge by writing, producing and starring in his own one-man show, Shadow Of The Villain, one man’s descent into the darkness through words and music. Playing eight different roles and singing songs made popular by Al Jolson, Cher, Andrew Lloyd Webber and more, the show played to packed houses at the Playhouse Theatre. Due to the success of Shadow Of The Villain in Downtown L.A., the show went on to be performed at The Mayflower Club in North Hollywood and traveled to Leesburg, FL .
Kevin’s second original one-man (woman) show, Hepburn Sings!, a semi-musical journey through the life of the legendary actress and American icon, Katharine Hepburn, was first seen at the Playhouse Theatre, later at the Macha Theatre in West Hollywood and at Notre Dame LTCC in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Most recently, Kevin has performed in San Francisco, Palm Spirngs and Los Angeles as the Scottish banker, Thomas Bell, companion and business partner to Mary Ellen Pleasant (The Mother of Civil Rights In California) in Sharon L. Graine Productions, HOUSE ON THE HILL, Mary Ellen Pleasant's Story and as The Announcer in Sharon L. Graine Productions, WHEN DIVAS WERE DIVAS, Remembering Their Lives Their Way.