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Shelley starred in Maltby and Shire's Closer Than Ever, produced by MNM Theater Company. A project that streamed online and on-demand from November 27th - January 10th, 2021. This innovative hybrid married live performances with video, audio, and projections, and was developed by director, Jonathan Van Dyke. Critics and audiences alike were raving!

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Shelley received critical rave as Karla in,

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City!


A play by, Halley Feiffer and a New York Times Critics' Pick!

Presented at Primal Forces Theatre, February 5- March 1, 2020!



BWW Reviews: Slow Burn's MEMPHIS Gives Music of the Soul

"Shelley Keelor, as Huey's conservative mother, a belt that does justice in a low-energy second act. Keelor is a dash of humor, a flash of dry wit in otherwise grim scenes, and her insane vocal flexings in 'Change Don't Come Easy' are a gift." 

When we won the Carbonell Award for Best Production of a Musical @ The Broward Center for the Performing Arts in 2019.

Critics raved about Palm Beach Dramaworks', Sweeney Todd and Shelley Keelor as Beggar Woman! 
Other Reviews:

BEEHIVE, the 60's Musical  was a hit at The Wick Theatre! Here's what some of the critics had to say:

"Bubbly Beehive,...with a talented cast of seven kick-ass women.."  ~ Palm Beach Post

"Keelor and Huegel sing a gorgeous duet, 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow'.." ~Sun-Sentinel News/

"..Shelley Keelor nailing the inner soul of 'A Natural Woman'." ~Florida Theatre On

The World Goes 'Round, won a *Carbonell Award for Best Ensemble!
Pictured L-R: Shelley Keelor, Clay Cartland, Jinon Deeb, Michael Rossinsky, Leah Sessa

Shelley Keelor received a Silver Palm Award, had the honor of being named, "Best Supporting Actress" by New Times Best of Broward-Palm Beach and was nominated for a *Carbonell Award for her role as Margaret White in,

Carrie, The Musical!


**Carbonell Awards are among the nation's senior regional arts awards and honor excellence in theater in South Florida.