Kevin Lasit is the writer and director of the indie movie, back2one and has been acting professionally for twenty-five years. He has been featured on national television shows, independent movies, commercials, print, industrials, and voice over work. He also teaches acting for children and adults and has been teaching privately since 1989. He has directed and choreographed numerous productions. Kevin has toured with Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Programs for ten years as a Performer Educator, Director and Program Coordinator. In his tenure, he directed and revised shows such as Nightmare on Puberty St., and Peace Signs which Kevin re-wrote for 2004-2006. ETP has seen a total of over eleven million students Nation wide. He was the Theatrical Director and Choreographer for the Newark Memorial Choir Program in CA for twelve years and is now writing screenplays and children's picture books. Kevin has also worked with former president of Paramount Pictures, David Kirkpatrick and is currently working with producer of Field of Dreams, Brian Frankish. Kevin Lasit offers private acting and group lessons as well. His students have been seen on feature films, music videos, national television shows and Off-Broadway. Welcome to his web site.
Click to watch Kevin's show, The Actor's Studio of Cape Cod. (Once on the link, search for Kevin Lasit to load program)
- back2one movie premiere is covered by the Sandwich Enterprise.
- Kevin's first indie feature film, back2one, is entered into the following film festivals 2014: Rhode Island International, Woodstock, NY, Hew Hampshire, and Catalina, CA. Stay tuned for updates.
- Wishland made the quarter finals in the 2009 Cynosure Screenwriting Competition in Los Angeles, but did not advanced into the semi-finals. "Thank you Andretta Hamilton for this opportunity. It was an honor to get this far into the competition."
- Kevin's screenplay, WISHLAND, made the FINALS in the 2008 Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplay Competition. Wishland was in the top 12 scripts, but unfortunately did not win any of the three prizes. "Thank you Michael Trent, Movieguide and the Templeton Foundation for this amazing opportunity and I look foward to entering another script next year. Thanks to all my family and friends for the support and prayers. Congrats to the three winners." For more info go to my writer's blog.
- Kevin's screenplay, BOYS' DAY OUT, made it to the quarter finals in the Expo 5 2006 Screenwriting Competition! Over 2400 scripts were entered into the competition this year. Kevin's script made the top 200. Check out Kevin's video blog for more details. Thank you all for the support and congratulations to all the 20 semifinalists.