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Stanley Keyes

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Stanley Keyes is an American playwright, screenwriter, and actor. Career Stanley Keyes began his theatre career in Baltimore performing various roles at Theatre Hopkins in the early 1970s. It did not take long for him to become associated with Corner Theatre ETC, an experimental theatre also located in Baltimore, where he continued acting as well as trying his hand at directing and, ultimately, writing plays. In 1975, his first play The Exorcism was performed as part of an evening of one-acts. This was followed up with a full-length play entitled Oil Rich in Mosby, which was noted for the richness of its dialogue. During this time, Keyes continued as both an actor and director, appearing in such works as Tiger Skin and Margeurite, and staging the highly idiosyncratic Gangsters, by Tom Thorton, first at Towson University's theatre department and then at Corner Theatre. In 1983, Keyes appeared at New York's Theatre Off Park in an off-Broadway production of The Water Hen by St
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