Keith began working with TimeLine in 2007, where he has designed JUNO, 33 VARIATIONS, FROST/NIXON and THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION, THE HISTORY BOYS, PRAVDA, FIORELLO!, and COPENHAGEN, among many others.

His New York credits include THE MODEL APARTMENT (Primary Stages); THROUGH THE YELLOW HOUR (Rattlestick Theater); TRIBES, MISTAKES WERE MADE and RED LIGHT WINTER (Barrow Street); STOP THE VIRGENS (Karen O at St. Ann’s Warehouse); A MINISTER’S WIFE (Lincoln Center Theatre); ADDING MACHINE (Minetta Lane); and CRIME AND PUNISHMENT and SUNSET LIMITED (59E59).

Chicago credits include multiple productions with TUTA, Goodman, Steppenwolf and Court theaters. International credits include STOP THE VIRGENS (Sydney Opera House) and HOMEBODY/KABUL (National Theatre of Belgrade, Serbia). Keith has also worked with Arena Stage, Alley Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory, Trinity Repertory, Shakespeare on the Sound, American Player’s Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Northlight, Writers, Lookingglass and Chicago Opera Theatre, among others.

He is the receipient of Obie, Lucille Lortel, After Dark, and Michael Maggio awards. A native of Lansing, Mich., Keith graduated from DePaul University with a BFA degree in Lighting Design.

Member of United Scenic Artists