Keith Bridges is a playwright, director, and the founder of Harbor Repertory Theater. He has directed many new plays and workshops of new plays, most recently he directed 2 productions of "Surge" by Chris Stezin in Los Angeles and Minneapolis (at the Fringe festival), and a workshop of "Iddy and O" by Richard Washer, in Washington, DC. He was the founder and artistic director of Charter Theater in Washington, DC, where he directed many new plays, including "Sleeping and Waking" and "what Dogs Do" by Chris Stezin; "Of a Sunday Morning" by Richard Washer; "A House in the Country" by Peter Coy (winner of two Helen Hayes awards); Allyson Currin's "Church of the Open Mind" (a Helen Hayes award nominee); "The Taste of Fire" by Paul Donnelly (Helen Hayes Award for best actor); the critically acclaimed production of John Walch's "Circumference of a Squirrel"; as well as the Dropping the Cow comedy sketch shows: "Fat Gay Jew", "Fear Itself", "Sacred Cows" and "The Rule of Three". His writing includes the critically acclaimed production of "Lie With Me" at Mutineer Theatre in Los Angeles; the Charter Theatre productions of "F.U. (Forgive Us... what'd you think we meant?)"; "Princes Peanut's Rainy Day" ; "Monkeyboy"; and "Watching Left" (nominated for a Helen Hayes Award); as well as "The Coward and the Glory" at Totem Pole Playhouse; "Finding Tony", and "Our Lady of Sandwich" produced at The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts ART Company. He teaches and directs workshops and readings of new plays in DC and all over the country and is a founder of the annual Kennedy Center's Page to Stage Labor Day Festival. He lives in Plymouth with his super-awesome family.