About Ali's Dramaturgical Work

Ali believes in helping the writer (or writing team) craft the shows they are trying to create. She filters her feedback through the goals of the writers she's working with and believes in creating a work flow that bed fits the team. With each new client, a new process is tailored specifically for them.

Ali has been a Dramaturg with the New York Musical Festival where this past year, the musical she worked with, PETER, WHO? and 'Till which both won Best Book.  She has also worked with many individual clients on new plays and musicals through Beehive Dramaturgy.

For Ali's dramaturgy resume click here.

If you're interested in getting dramaturgical assistance on your play, screenplay, or musical - please reach out to Ali using the contact page. The feedback package and pricing options are listed below.*

 

If you don't see anything that fits your needs, reach out to Ali about creating a custom package.

*Sliding scale available for shorter or select projects 

Package #1

Cost: $150

Includes:

- 1-2 hour feedback discussion with Ali

- One written document of notes

Package # 2

Cost: $250

Includes:

- 2, 1-2 hour feedback discussions with Ali*

- One written document of notes for each session

Package #3

Cost: $350

Includes:

- 3, 1-2 hour feedback discussions with Ali*

- One written document of notes for each session

Package #4

Cost: $100

Includes:

- Feedback session for outline, treatment, fundraising campaign, application or consulting discussion for a project

*The discussion time included in package can be broken up into shorter/more frequent discussions depending on what's needed.

Testimonials about Working with Ali

"When my play Woman into Wolf required musical collaboration, I felt, as a solo poet and author, stymied about “next steps.” I was lucky enough to consult dramaturg Ali Keller, who literally opened many new worlds to me. She has been a fruitful source of ideas, language and possibilities ever since. I highly recommend her to any writer refurbishing networks and exploring interactive creativity."

                                                                                                                                                                                         

–Alysse Aallyn