Welcome to the official website for the new musical, GRACE.
Kevin S. McAllister was most recently cast in the upcoming revival of CAROLINE, OR CHANGE alongside Cassie Levy, Sharon D. Clarke and Broadway legend Chip Zien. He was also recently seen in the hit Broadway musical, COME FROM AWAY. When not in NYC, he can be seen often on regional stages around Washington D.C where he is a two time Helen Hayes Award winning actor with 12 nominations under his belt. His favorite roles being The Tin Man in THE WIZ, Coalhouse Walker, Jr. in RAGTIME, and Tom Collins in RENT. Regional venues include The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Signature Theatre, and Ford’s Theatre.
Mr. McAllister’s opera background has also afforded him the opportunity to perform in Washington National Opera’s revival of Kurt Weill’s LOST IN THE STARS with Eric Owens. He’s participated in several world premieres and workshops with works written by Pasek and Paul, Jeanine Tesori, Rowe and Dempsey and living legend Bruce Hornsby.
As an actor, Kevin is a firm believer in the idea of reimagining roles and has often taken on roles not originally written for African-American actors. Regionally, he has played Daddy Warbucks in ANNIE, File in 110 IN THE SHADE, Murdoch in TITANIC THE MUSICAL, Herman Preysing in GRAND HOTEL and Burrs in THE WILD PARTY.
When not on the stage, Kevin is the artistic director of ArtsCentric, a performing arts organization in Baltimore dedicated to re-examining traditional roles in the arts. He has served on the production team of various works that have been featured at Ford's Theatre, Toby's Dinner Theatre, NextStop Theatre, Olney Theatre and Monumental Theatre Company. He is also a recurring guest lecturer at Montgomery College, American University, Howard University, University of Maryland and the Musical Theatre Department at Catholic University.
In November 2020, Kevin was nominated as DC’s Artist of The Decade by Broadway World for his continued commitment to arts advancement in Maryland/DC region. Broadway World also selected him as the Director of the Decade in the Baltimore region.