Douglas McKeown has also been a stage director, an actor, a designer, and a writer
Co-writer, director of two faux-archival scenes in "The Watermelon Woman" (1996)
Scenic and costume designer for Tennessee Williams' last world premiere in New York: "Something Cloudy, Something Clear" (1982)
Designed scenery and costumes for Tennessee Williams' last world premiere in New York: "Something Cloudy, Something Clear"
Directed special faux-archival film sequences for the film: "The Watermelon Woman" (1996)
Currently living in New York; writing and sometimes performing with the storytelling group, Queer Stories
In 1977, designed 'House of the Living Dead,' a two-story, multi-room horror attraction on the Seaside Heights, New Jersey boardwalk; John Dods helped with the special effects
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