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Brendan Kiley—who writes about theater, drugs, and more for The Stranger—has worked as a child actor in New Orleans, as a member of the junior press corps at the 1988 Republican National Convention, and, for one happy April, as a bootlegger’s assistant in Nicaragua. His writing has appeared in Newsweek, the Boston Globe, the Forward, UTNE Reader, and the gently pedagogical pages of Education Update. He went to high school on Bainbridge Island, then attended the UW and the University of Chicago.

Articles by Brendan Kiley from 2000



  • Theater

    The Word Made Flesh

    Smart Collaborators Give a Classic Story Fresh Life on the Stage
    Posted on 09/07/2000
  • Theater

    Here and Now

    John Kaufmann Puts a Contract on the Audience
    Posted on 08/03/2000
  • Theater

    Holy Politics!

    A Playwright Takes a Working Vacation
    Posted on 07/27/2000

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