She has credits in the national tours of The Will Rogers Follies and The Music Manitoba as well as numerous regional credits and college productions at Oberlin College where she graduated from in 2006 with a Bachelor in Theatre and Gender & Woman"s Studies with a minor in Comparative American Studies.
She appeared as a munchkin in the Madison Square Garden production of the Wizard of Oz as a very young child opposite Roseanne Barrister As a playwright she created and wrote the play From the Inside, Out about her own experiences as a self injurer and other stories about "cutting" from hundreds of people whom Keenan-Bolger personally interviewed. Produced by 4th Meal Productions, it was originally performed at Oberlin College and also played at the noted New York International Fringe Festival in August 2008.
In 2010 she graduated from City University of New York"s Applied Theatre graduate school program using theater to educate, activate and facilitate.
While there, she produced, directed and performed in Her Train Of Thought, a devised theatrical project exploring issues of women"s experiences in public space. Other works include Not Just Another Coming Out Story and Queering History.
Both plays were written in collaboration with LGBTQIA homeless youth from New York City and presented in a staged reading with the youth performing alongside of Broadway performers. A two-time Point Foundation scholar, Maggie got her Master of Fine Arts at Goddard College in Interdisciplinary Arts in 2014, where her focus was on Political Theatre, LGBTQIA and Feminist Studies.
She was invited to the White House by Vice-President Joe Biden as an LGBT Leader of the Next Generation and was profiled in The Advocate"s "People to Watch in 2015." She has worked for projects such as Bridging the Gap, I Love Female Orgasm Program and many arts in education organizations.
Currently, she is working as a sex educator and teaching artist in Manhattan while touring with Honest Accomplice Theatre"s most recent production, The Birds and the Bees: Unabridgeda devised theatre piece about female and transport sexuality.