Ken Grout is a writer, speaker, actor, and teacher. Born in western New York, Ken has resided is Massachusetts for more than a quarter century. He has written and published newspaper articles, reviews, short stories, and essays. Several of his plays – “The Bench,” “Catch as Catch Can,” “Magic” – have enjoyed successful productions. His latest play is “Small Screen.”

In 2010, Ken wrote and performed a one-man show, “Thelma Ritter Got Balls,” a series of character vignettes centering on the issue of loss. The show sold out its Boston run and is being considered for a variety of performances during 2011 and 2012.

Additionally, Ken is structuring his first non-fiction book; tentatively titled, “…So I Got Laid Off,” we shall have to wait and see what happens with that project…

A teacher of both Writing and Speech Communications at several colleges in metro Boston, Ken works with businesses to help them positively utilize communication techniques to both strengthen their operations and support their employees.

Current Project

Moneytubes – my first film, a short absurd-comedy written and directed by Nick Carlisle.

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