Grace Keenan is an Assistant Professor of Costume Design/Technology as well as a freelance Tailor/Draper.
Grace received her Master of Fine Arts in Costume Design/Technology from Pennsylvania State University and her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design/Production from Kent State University.
Prior to joining the Kent State faculty full time, Grace served as Part-Time Faculty for four years. During her tenure as Part-Time Faculty she developed six new courses for the costume area to help expand their offerings in the costume production. Grace has worked as a freelance Tailor/Draper for the past six years with credits at Carnegie Mellon University, Great Lakes Theatre, The Cleveland Playhouse, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, and Baldwin-Wallace University. She has over 40 credits to her name as a Draper and Tailor including Deathtrap, Sweeney Todd, Intimate Apparel, and The Plague of Venice.
Assistant Professor of Costume Design and Technology