Most Recent Project

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Kellie is very excited to announce she has been signed by Glitter Talent Agency and will be represented for theater, commercial, print, and voice over work. 

Past Projects

Kellie was a part of the 92Y Theater for

Young Audiences production of Snow White and the S-E-V-E-N Dwarfs. Kellie played the role of Snow White in this original musical adaption by Megan Doyle, Jeffrey Sanzel, & Kevin F. Story.


Kellie completed her contract onboard the Disney Magic in May 2019 traveling and performing all over the world. Her experiences there were truly magical and she loved spreading that magic through her various performing roles. Working for Disney Cruise Line was a dream come true for Kellie.


Kellie performed in Leonia Summer Stage's production of West Side Story, Summer of 2018. She learned both Jet & Shark choreography and performed the role of, Teresita, the Shark girl. Here, Kellie worked with Broadway's Michael Jablonski, learning the original Jerome Robbins choreography, which can be seen here.

May of 2018, Kellie walked across the stage at Lincoln Center receiving her diploma from Marymount Manhattan College for a B.A. degree in Dance and a second B.A. degree in Psychology. 

Kellie performed in a new work by Kelsey Head titled Feel it Here Feel it There at Mark Morris Dance Group. The piece explored the boundaries between audience and performer while incorporating gestural, pedestrian movements amidst larger dance sections. Kellie was selected as a featured and ensemble dancer. Excerpts of the piece can be seen here. Full video available upon request.

Kellie was on contract with RWS Entertainment Group working at Idlewild and Soakzone Amusement Park in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, where she played the role of Princess Lily. Taking part in daily meet and greets as well as Princess Lily Tea Parties, Kellie enjoyed every moment living the life of royalty!

Kellie was featured and filmed in episode 4 of Living the Dream: A One Way Ticket. She performed choreography by broadway performer, Chaz Wolcott, which can be seen here.