Kevin Albert


Kevin is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory where he studied Theater with a minor in Dance. He was on the dance faculty of Jeannette Neil Dance Studio and Leon Collins Tap Studio. Boston is where he also studied and fell in love with Movement Theater. He believes that Movement Theater training is important for all performers. The amount of involvement from a performer is very exciting. In NYC, Kevin studied acting or six years with the great Fred Kareman. Professional credits include European tours of West Side Story and My Fair Lady starring Richard Chamberlain and the National tour of West Side Story playing the role of Bernardo with choreography by Jerome Robbins.

Kevin co-founded Mare Nostrum Elements in 2001 with Nicola Iervasi and has been teaching Movement Theater workshops throughout New York City. For the group he directed and co-produced Mediterranean Voices at La MaMa ETC and performed in Back 2 Back at the Producers Club.
Kevin was recently seen at The Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls, NY in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and S. N. Behrman’s Biography directed by Pamela Moller Kareman. Both productions transferred to the Off-Broadway stage. Kevin has directed several dance performances in New York City and the one man show Up, Up and Away starring Chuck McKinney.