The Triggered Project's Triggered Life one man show will be doing a three week Virtual Run at the portland playhouse in Portland Oregon March 18th-April 4th 2021
as part of residency The Triggered Project will also be collaborating with V.O.A. portland , and using the Living a Triggered Life Podcast as a prompt with the circle of Color mens group. Keith is also doing the Inner Monologue Sneaker Art project with 10 Black and Brown Boys from Portland.
keith is working with John Oluwole ADEKoje on Empty Frames AKA Emptiness for the Elizabeth Stewart Gardner Museum.
The Triggered Project will conducted a six week monologue/sneaker Art workshop with the Boys to men program in Cambridge Ma July-August 2020.
The Triggered project is collaborating with The Mental Access Program on the Barbers help heal initiative coming 2021
We are proud to announce Keith has been selected as an Luminary for the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum for 2020. ISG Luminaries
Triggered Life will be preformed iat the 52nd National Association of Black Social Workers Conference April 2021.
Team Triggered did a Mental Health Workshop at the Let Me Lead Girls Conference September 28th and 29th 2019 in Boston Ma
Team Triggered along side Kwame Dance did a Mental Heath workshop for a group of Black and Brown men at The Hoops 'N' Health Basketball
The Dig Boston article Triggered "this is a conversation nobody in our community does not want to have"
Boston Banner article on Triggered Living a triggered Life-The Bay State Banner
interview with DJ Mojavi on Triggered and the lack of support from some of the Theatre community Dj Mojavi Interview
Triggered, a one man show received 2 Grants(2017 and 2108) from the Boston Foundation. The Grant helped to continue develop this one man show, community discussions and inner monologue work with black boys and men to help them express their deepest feelings.
Keith Mascoll interview with Maurice Wilkey on The Bass of Boston Radio station https://soundcloud.com/user-983920801/keith-mascoll-interview-030318/s-RRLw6
Boston Banner article on Triggered