Kelly L. Brandt Biography

Kelly L. Brandt

Kelly, from Sayreville, NJ, is proud to say that she's been involved with 11 theatre productions over the years. She is currently a Rutgers University student majoring in business, but she is involved in choir and had a great time working with the cast of Sayreville Main Street Theatre Company this past season. In high school, she not only was involved in 7 productions, but also student directed one of them, The Pajama Game. Past credits include: Townsperson in "A Christmas Carol", A Weird Sister in "Dracula", Ensemble in "Oliver!", Princess Elizabeth in "Romeo and Juliet", Grandma Tzeital in "Fiddler on the Roof", Aunt Tilly in "It's A Wonderful Life", Virginia/Joe in "The Pajama Game"...all done by Sayreville War Memorial High School Theatre Society. She also was in the ensemble of "My Fair Lady" and worked on light crew for "Grease" and "Damn Yankees", all three done by Sayreville Main Street Theatre Company. In addition to theatre, Kelly was in Sayreville Singers and Treblemakers during high school and is currently a member of Voorhees Choir and Queens Chorale, both audition choirs at Rutgers University. She also was in dance at Dance Stop for six years, and performed on the stage of the State Theatre in New Brunswick. Thanks to Dad, Linda, the kids for always being supportive and thanks to friends, especially Robin. You guys are the best!

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
Footloose ......Ethel McCormack Saint Genesius Players 11/4/2009
One Night Only ......Ensemble Mystic Vision Players 3/24/2007
Back To The 80’s… ......Kim HTC Productions 11/10/2006
Godspell ......Ensemble HTC Productions 5/11/2006
MidNightMares ......Emily Saint Genesius Players 11/4/2005
Carousel ......Ensemble Main Street Theatre Company 5/30/2003
Footloose ......Eleanor Main Street Theatre Company 4/25/2003
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