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Designers, Producers, and Master Artisans with over 25 years working in theatre, film, festivals, residential and commercial projects. The Keegans specialize in “Green” set design and production, dedicated to preserving the great traditional style of scenic painting, their trademark visual style. They have worked from hotel design to museum murals, large scale projects and theatrical installations, and for On and Off- Broadway productions, commercials, and feature film. The Mission is building a large network of artists, stories, and sponsors, and is developing festival model and venue, programming, and documentary films. The Mission harnesses the strength, skills, and network of the artistic community through art,music,film, theatre, and mixed media to facilitate positive social and environmental change.Their Company, keegansmission.com has established in SoHo, and is happy to support the NYC theatre community. We also continue our studios in Los Angeles, and North Carolina.


"DIAMOND DREAMS...A Smash Hit!"                                     "Moravian Wagon Road Brought to Life"   "Dreams Captures Spirit of the City of the Arts"

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem awarded the Keegans  a Regional Artist Project Grant, which was used in combination with private and corporate donations to produce "DREAMS", a 40' nostalgic baseball mural in the new BB&T Stadium for the Winston-Salem DASH minor league baseball team.

"The Great Wagon Road"  is mural that wraps the interior of the Historic Bethabra Visitor's Center in Winston-Salem. The mural brings to life the journey of the first fifteen Moravian bretheren from Pennsylvania to NC to settle the Wachovia tract, and is based on their original journals. This article is in Yadkin Valley Living.

"THE DEVIL and the DEEP"- Mint Theatre 311 W 43rd St NYC  June 2015         w/Theatre East

Written By Graham Russell (Air Supply, Of Eden), Katie McGhie (Of Eden), and Melissa Bell.


REVIEW: "As if a talking parrot weren’t magical enough, the production and costumes are truly inspired. Conceptualized by Alisa Simonel-Keegan & Jim Keegan, the set design for this production is imaginative and destroys the perceived idea of value for a show presented in a black box theater. "  



as photographed by James Matthew Daniel

Looking for a musical for the whole family that will not break the bank? The answer is Theatre East’s Devil and the Deep.”


Epoch Times


“…reminiscent of opening a favorite book or a Saturday afternoon movie starring swashbuckling Erroll Flynn. Devil and the Deep is all this, plus music.”


“It is the music by Graham Russell and Katie McGhie that boosts the relevance of the story from a classic children’s must-read to a lively theatrical production.”


Curtain Up



“The storyline in Devil in the Deep has something for everyone.”





“…a worthy successor to all of the Treasure Island plays and movies that have delighted us for years.”


History News Network

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