Keith Nolen is a native of Boston, dancer, actor, former preschool & middle school teacher, and now public health warrior. Keith graduated from Denison University, a small private liberal arts school in Granville, Ohio. Currently, Keith works as a medical case manager for individuals who are chronically homeless and living with HIV, and hopes to become a psychiatric nurse practitioner one day to offer individualized therapy specifically to disenfranchised communities of color.
Keith is involved in a variety of different activities ranging from being a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, INC to serving as the chair in a committee that prioritizes and evaluates the services available for for people living with HIV by way of the Ryan White Planning Council.
Keith’s latest role was in a play called Uncommon Ties written by Liz James, a theatre resident and award recipient of “The Theatre Offensive” Outhood festival in 2017. Keith also performed with Artists’ Theater of Boston in 2019 in This Place/Displaced and in 2014 as”Ray” and “Bob” in Trojan Women: A Love Story, by Charles Mee. Some of Keith’s earlier work includes Bobrauschenbergamerica also by Charles Mee, The Drowsy Chaperone, a musical by Bob Martin and Don McKellar, and more Shakespeare plays than he can count, such as Comedy of Errors and A Midsummer’s Night Dream.
Keith jumped at the opportunity to perform again with ATB! Besides helping others, nothing makes Keith happier than being on stage and dawning a new life on stage.