KEAVONG ALSON MEN
Keavong Alson Men is a New Zealand-born Australian actor, comedian, singer-songwriter, rapper and writer. He made his television debut in the TV series: The Brothers’ Book Club for ABC iview.
Keavong began his acting training in 2014 with Queensland Theatre Traction Logan Youth Ensemble. While completing his studies at Griffith University obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary and Applied Theatre.
He has trained with acting coach Kristina Sexton and The Actors Club on the Gold Coast.
His long-passion project is The Mamas Boys Collective: Brother's Book Club.
27th Jul - 4th Aug: Brother's Book Club by The Mamas Boys Collective will have its mainstage debut at the newly open Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) Cultural Precinct in The ButterBox Theatre. Directed by Claire Christian.
The Mamas Boys Collective
Keavong has been a part of the theatre-making collective The Mamas Boys since 2017, working on their debut play Brother's Book Club among other projects.
The boys were formed by Director and Writer: Claire Christian, whilst the end of an after-school drama program by Queensland Theatre called "Traction" which all the boys were apart of.
Working as a collective, they were able to foster skills ranging from hip-hop dance, slam poetry, stage combat, music, songwriting, rapping and acting.
Being in a professional environment meant that brothers always had to have each others backs. Being on time, meeting deadlines, long hours of rehearsals, filling in for a mamas boys when one can't come.
In the industry, The Mamas Boys had opportunities to be perform their work to audiences at SunPac, HOTA, La Boite Theatre and soon The Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct.