Kelley has lived and worked in NY, London, and Los Angeles over the years. Local credits include: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Phoebe) at 3D Theatricals, Tuacahn, and the Gateway Playhouse; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy) at SCR; Nice Work If You Can Get It (Billie) and A Grand Night for Singing at MTW; Oklahoma (Ado Annie) at 3DT; The Andrews Brothers (Peggy Jones) at ICT; Lend Me a Tenor (Maggie), First Date (Allison), and Singin’ in the Rain at McCoy Rigby; The World Goes Round at Reprise 2.0; and Annie at the Hollywood Bowl. Kelley toured with Theatreworks/USA in Click, Clack, Moo and Duck for President, and she sailed the high seas as a performer on Disney Cruise Lines. While in London, Kelley was in the workshop of Love Never Dies with Really Useful Group and filmed the PBS Concert Special of A Tale of Two Cities. She can be heard on both of those cast albums. Kelley’s days are often spent working with the Imagination Machine where they teach and encourage creative writing to kids.