"Two Trains Running" Directed by Keith Arthur Bolden
Stand up for what's right and experience the genius of August Wilson. It's 1969 in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. The city plans big for what they call urban renewal but Memphis Lee's diner stands in the way. He and his customers fight for survival on the precipice of enormous change. Discover what really matters in this slice of life masterpiece that digs deep into the heart of the American Dream.
Keith Arthur Bolden hails originally from Los Angeles, California he obtained his Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Illinois. He is a professional actor, director and professor of Theatre and Performance at Spelman College. Keith has recently been signed by CESD agency.
As a film/tv actor he can be seen in the hit Netflix series, The Haunting of Hill House as Sheriff Beckley Her Only Choice (BET)Swamp Thing (DC Universe) Mile 22 (Peter Berg (dir.), Cobra Kai (YouTube Red), The Bobby Brown Story (BET), Behind the Movement (TVOne), Underground (WGN), Black Lightning (The CW), Being Mary Jane (BET), Nashville (CMT), Greenleaf (OWN), The Inspectors (CBS), A Baby for Christmas (TV Movie), Swamp Murders (ID Channel), Containment (CW Network), Your Worst Nightmare (ID Channel), Vengeance (starring Nicholas Cage), Saints and Sinners (BounceTV), The Have and Have Nots (OWN), Goosebumps (starring Jack Black), Bolden! (Feature Film), Vampire Diaries (CW Network), Alvin and The Chimpunks:The Road Chip, Sons 2 The Grave (directed by Mykelti Williamson), Containment (WB network), S#!T My Dad Says! (starring William Shatner) Repo Men (starring Forrest Whittaker and Jude Law), Semi-Dead (www.semi-dead.com), Foreign Body, More Than a Woman, Latter-Day Fake, Federal Underdog, and The Coldest Winter
This spring, Keith and his wife, Tinashe Kajese-Bolden, will be co-directing Pipeline, written by MacArthur Genius Grant winner, Dominique morriseau, at Horizon Theatre in Atlanta. His other directing credits include Topdog/Underdog, Seven Guitars, Hands Up, Hoodoo Love and Saturday Night/Sunday Morning.
As an accomplished actor he has had roles in stage productions with theatres all over the country, including Fetch Clay Make Man (Dallas Theatre Center) Between Riverside and Crazy (Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre) Dreamgirls (DOMA Theatre), Baptism By Fire (dir. Hilda Willis), The Exonerated (dir. Susan G. Reid), Gem of the Ocean (Fountain Theatre and Rubicon Theatre), A Raisin in the Sun, (Center Theatre Group, Hartford Stage and Cape Fear Regional Theatre), CROWNS (dir. Jade Lambert-Smith)
Keith also spends time mentoring children and young artist through his fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi
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