"Absorbing, appealing and engaging. Hood Boy Chronicles edgy and sometimes dark realities will leave you wanting more. Bryan-Keyth Wilson has created a character that our community and families know all to well — one that shows that even when we’re at our lowest and we think God has forgotten about us, that’s when He’ll change everything — in the twinkling of an eye! This story will touch you in ways that are uncomfortable at first, but the true blessing comes in the end when we learn — through Jordan Whitaker — that God works in mysterious ways."
- Angela Wilson, Galveston Daily News
"Mr. Wilson was able to train and prepare me for college auditions, and with his expertise I was able to obtain a full ride to OCU where I received my BFA in acting!"
- Tommy Torres, actor
Dubbed the Literary Prince, Bryan-Keyth Wilson is a noted playwright, screenwriter, director, teaching artist and choreographer. He is a published author of three books and 8 plays. His first novel, HOOD BOY CHRONICLES, was a groundbreaking work of inspirational fiction combining street literature swag and spoken word intermingled with a poignant and heartfelt story that restores faith. His second title was for the grown and sexy crowd. TRACK CHANGES & WHITE LIES was written under an alter-ego pseudonym Brendan Gotti. Currently BKW is touring with his published choreopoem FOR COLORED BOYZ on the verge of a nervous breakdown when freedom ain't enuff. BKW studied Musical Theatre with a Dance emphasis at Sam Houston State University. His passion for teaching has brought him into the classroom as a teaching artist where he shares his professional journey with young aspiring theatre/ musical theatre artists. He is the Artistic Director of The Wilson School of Acting & Musical Theatre and a proud member of Chi Tau Epsilon Dance Fraternal Honor Society and Alpha Psi Omega the National Honor Theatre Fraternity.
Regional directorial/choreography credits include: BARE, The Frog Prince, PIPPIN, Little Shop of Horrors, RENT, The Rocky Horror Show, Spring Awakening, Macbeth, Mame, Once on This Island, Anything Goes, Dreamgirls, Confessions of a Preacher's Wife, and Suessical the musical. Off-Broadway Credits include: Pamlet and The Subway Series Pt 1. He has choreographed children’s productions of Fiddler on the Roof Jr., which won Outstanding Production at the 2011 Junior Theatre Festival. Seussical Jr., Once on This Island Jr., Godspell Jr., Disney’s AristoCats Kids, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr., The Little Mermaid Jr. which won Outstanding Production at the 2012 Junior Theatre Festival FAME Jr. and excerpts from Dr. Doolittle Jr. 2012 Showcase Premiere at the Junior Theatre Festival.
BKW has molded and guided the career of Nichole Cordova who was a member of the hot pop group Girlicious, Tommy Torres, Danny Armstrong, Maddie Ballio and more. BKW has directed music videos for American Idol Finalist Vincent Powell and the award winning debut video "Got Fruit" for YUNEK. BKW is also the founder and Executive Artistic Director of The Creative Co-Lab, founder of The Gulf Coast Writers Retreat and Artistic Director for Artists In Motion Performing & Visual Arts Academy. BKW is now in development of his first comic book series THE TALENTED TENTH on Wilson Comics/ B's Ink Publishing. He is a five-year faculty member of The Black Writers Reunion & Conference and the creator of CREATE FEST!