Shelley has been cast as Ren's Mom, Ethel in, FOOTLOOSE THE MUSICAL! A Slow Burn Theatre Production.
June 5-21st, 2020 @ The Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
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Shelley has 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!
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"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.
Critics raved about Palm Beach Dramaworks', Sweeney Todd and Shelley Keelor as Beggar Woman!
'Shelley Keelor, whose Beggar Woman pierces the polluted air with pitch-perfect requests for “Alms! Alms!” This is a supporting role, yet Keelor’s sonorous voice and overwhelming gusto creates a more memorable Begger Woman than any “Sweeney Todd” production I’ve seen.' ~ Boca Magazine
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/SouthFlorida.com
"..Shelley Keelor nailing the inner soul of 'A Natural Woman'." ~Florida Theatre On Stage.com
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!
"Keelor somehow finds the internally-consistent justifications for what Margaret says and does, even when she’s planning to sacrifice her own child in the heartfelt, heart-breaking tour-de-force “When There’s No One.” She delivers a credible, rather than cartoonish character. She has a fire-and-brimstone vocal quality to invoke the horrors of Hell for her child, but she also touches the depths of her character’s angst with a voice as capable of a lullaby as a rant."~FL Theatre On Stage
**Carbonell Awards are among the nation's senior regional arts awards and honor excellence in theater in South Florida.