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Kilty has been coaching his friends for years as they booked show after show.  In a career that has spanned 20 years, he has appeared on Broadway in The Drowsy Chaperone and In My Life, on PBS Great Performances in Crazy For You, originated the principle role of Mike Nulty in Irving Berilin's White Christmas, toured nationally and internationally with Billy Elliot: The Musical, has amassed numerous regional credits and worked opposite many wonderful actors including Sutton Foster, Danny Burstein, Roger Bart, Brad Oscar, Lorna Luft, James Brennan, David Ogden Stiers, Christopher Hanke, and Jonathan Groff.
 
Kilty most recently played Jean Shepard in A Christmas Story at Capital Rep and can be seen Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women which premiered at Sundance 2106.
 
Training includes Meisner (Fred Kareman), Improv (UCB) and the prestigous Public Theater's Shakespeare Lab. Kilty is a member of SAG, AFTRA, and AEA.
 
Available for in-person or Skype sessions. $50/hour

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"Working in a fun, thoughtful, powerful, and focused way, Kilty Reidy helps you attain the truth within the art you are creating as an actor. Using the techniques I've learned from Kilty, I have become a confident performer, who can tackle any genre of theatre, whether it's Shakespeare, contemporary drama, or musical theatre and will continue to work with him for years to come!"

"Kilty cares so deeply for his students and their success. He is able to challenge actors and push them to their full potential, while also encouraging them, and reminding them of their strengths. Kilty is so fun, that time just flies by, and I always leave feeling like I've made great strides with my pieces."

 (Lecturer in Voice, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)

"I have known Kilty Reidy as a valued colleague and dear friend for over 20 years and give him the highest recommendation as a performer and coach. Mr. Reidy is a gifted teacher, as I have witnessed his coaching in master classes at UNC-Chapel Hill. He connects with young artists very well, with a no-nonsense approach that is couched in a benevolent spirit and infectious personality. Mr. Reidy knows his craft and is able to share that knowledge freely with everyone he encounters."