Erin Kelley

ERINN KELLEY

Actress (Mother in Comic Shop)

erin headshotErin’s New York stage credits include Twelfth Night & A Flea in Her Ear (IRT), Faust Invitro (LaMaMa, E.T.C.), Linguish (FringeNYC) & Theo Tallis, Tailor (Musical Theatre Works). Regional credits include roles at Body Politic, Dallas Summer Musicals, Meadowbrook Music Festival, First Stage Milwaukee, & Okoboji Summer Theatre.  Erin co-founded St. Louis’s Avalon Theatre Company, where her favorite roles include Georgie in The Country Girl (Judy Award for Best Couple with John Contini),Molly in Molly Sweeney, Dr. Livingstone in Agnes of God, & Grace in Bus Stop. For Avalon, she directed John Contini in his Kevin Kline Award-winning performance as Barrymore, and her first play, Portrait of My People, (which she wrote about her experiences growing up in a Native/multi-cultural family), received a Kevin Kline Award nomination for Outstanding Production for Young Audiences.

 

erin 1Other St. Louis credits include Intimate Apparel (St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre Company, Woodie Award nomination), Carousel & Godspell (The Muny), Dames at Sea & The Full Monty (Stages St. Louis), Proof (Insight Theatre Company), & The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Variety Children’s Theatre).  Erin’s film credits include Saul Bellow’s Gift (BBC), My Best Friend’s Wedding, Reach the Rock (rehearsal actor for William Sadler and Bruce Norris), & Since You’ve Been Gone (directed by David Schwimmer). She has done a wide range of commercials and industrials and was the principal in the Pirate Pictures promo for VincentennialErin holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Stephens College and is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.

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