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FALL 2013 - Kelly begins her MA studies at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

Spring 2013- Kelly appeared in the workshop of the new musical, RIP VAN WINKLE, which was presented in New York City in February.

FALL & Winter 2012- Kelly appears as “Linda” in Adam Bock’s THE DRUNKEN CITY  at The Workshop Theatre in New York City.

SUmmer 2012- Kelly played the role of ‘Sister Sophia’ in the TriArts Sharon Playhouse production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

Spring 2012- Kelly appeared as “Maya” in the world premiere of Thirds, at The Lion Theatre.

Winter 2012: Kelly voices two super villains for the radio programme; The Moral D.


Acting reel 

Kelly’s demo reel, with highlights from “30/2010,” can be seen by clicking the link below.

Recent Highlights


Director Kim Weild’s production of MY FAIR LADY at the Cape Rep Theatre starred Alison Weller and David Eiduks. Kelly was also pleased to sing the National Anthem for the Cape Cod Baseball League’s Brewster White Caps.

Kelly throughly enjoyed being in the studio to record “First and Fairest,” part of the song cycle, DAUGHTERS, by Virginia Pike. She also recently recorded a few songs for Timothy Huang’s musical, LINES. Visit the Recordings section on the Media page to hear one of the songs from this new musical!

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Kelly appeared in “One, Two, Whatever you do...” by Vanessa Shealy. The new play was directed by Melissa Attebery and was part of the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival. Click HERE for details.

Kelly originated the role of “Maya” in the World Premiere of Jacob M. Appel’s “THIRDS” at The Lion Theatre - Theatre Row. Check out the REVIEWS page to read what the critics are saying...

Kelly returned to the TriArts Sharon Playhouse to “Climb the Mountain” for the third time! She was pleased to appear as ‘Sister Sophia’ in THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by Gary John LaRosa and musically directed by Michael Berkeley.

Reel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2yIvnaThaY&feature=plcp

Kelly recently appeared as “Linda” in Jump for Joy Productions’ presentation of The Drunken City by Adam Bock. The Drunken City completed its run at The Workshop Theatre in NYC. A percentage of proceeds from the production were donated to Hurricane Sandy Relief Organizations.  --->  Check out the trailer on the right!

Kelly performed the roles of “Dame Vedder” and Rip’s Daughter, “Judith” in the industry reading of the new musical, Rip Van Winkle. Rip Van Winkle is created by Ray Roderick (book, direction) and Michael Berkeley (book, music & lyrics).


Kelly is thrilled to announce that she has been accepted into the Masters in Classical Acting Programme at the prestigious London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art.  Kelly will be studying and performing in London from October 2013 to September 2014. Check back in for more updates from London & LAMDA!