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June 21 - July 7, 2024


Rock of Ages


Giuliana Augello as “Sherrie,” Jordan Bollwerk as “Drew,” LaDonna Burns as “Justice,” Tatianna Cordoba as “Regina,” Landry Champlin as “Waitress #1,” Danny Drewes as “Stacee Jaxx,” Jordan Friend as “Lonny,” Annie Gagen as “Constance Sack,” Coulby Jenkins as “Franz Klineman,” Julia Joy as “Ensemble” and Associate Director & Choreographer, Xavier McKnight as “Ja’Keith,” Kilty Reidy as “Dennis Dupree,” Noah Silverman as “Joey Primo,” and Dick Terhune as “Hertz Klineman.”


Rock of Ages is a jukebox musical built around classic rock songs from the 1980s, especially from the famous glam metal bands of that decade.


Directed by Hunter Foster and Choreographed by Shannon Lewis.


November 28 - December 30, 2023

Kilty returns to the Geva Theatre for their annual production of A Christmas Carol.  He will be playing The Ghost of Christmas Present/Mr. Fezziwig/ Businessman joining Michael Preston, Em Hadick, Deven Kolluri, Matthew S. Morgan, Barnaby Reiter, & Esther O. Winter.


Remounted by Elizabeth Williamson with music direction by Don Kot.

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March 14 - April 9, 2023

The  25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee


Colin Hanlon directs this charming musical comedy of six middle school “misfits” in Putnam County, NY at the George Street Playhouse


Book by Rachel Sheinkin, music & lyrics by William Finn, conceived by Rebecca Feldman.

Burn: The Musical

Nov 19, 2022

Reading of Burn

A new folk/country musical by Mason Emmert and Patrick Deane Greeley.  


Produced by Brian Haas. Featuring Jennifer Allen, Neal Benari, Hana Bookman, Olivia Kaufmann, and  Mitchell Matyas


October 24, 2022

Reading of Lori Fischer's Greener Pastures.  


Directed by Martha Banta. Featuring Cass Morgan, Peter Frances James, Sharon Ullrick, Lori Fischer, Chorine Snow, Ryan M Hunt, Lisha McKoy, and Trevor Strader.

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October 20, 2022

A Swell Orange Traffic Cone

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July 2021

Thrilled to confirm that tickets for the Come From Away tour are now on sale for performances beginning October 5, 2021

The US tour starts in Memphis followed by Tulsa, Fort Worth, Fayetteville, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Sarasota, Naples, Jacksonville, Ft. Myers, Knoxville, Greensboro, Toledo, Minneapolis, Schenectady, Richmond, Columbus, Louisville, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Dayton, DC, Nashville, Lincoln, Sioux Falls, Albuquerque, San Diego, Tucson, Los Angeles, Tempe, Costa Mesa, San Jose, Seattle, Spokane, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Sacramento, Boise, & Denver.


Tickets and venues can be found HERE.


June 2021

Click here for information on getting vaccinated in the US. 

Click here for information on getting vaccinated in Australia. 

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January 1 - August 22, 2021

I will be re-joining the Australian company of Come From Away for their seasons in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.

Wear a Mask and Get COVID-19 Vaccinated so we can get the US National Tour back out on the road!

Tickets and Schedules Here 

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March 14, 2020

It's Only Intermission!

Please contact your local venue for ticket exchanges or refunds.


We will be back on The Rock on the road.


“A candle’s in the window and the kettle’s always on." 💙💛

Check here for tour updates.


August 28, 2019 (Broadway Briefing)


The national tour of Come From Away will welcome new cast members to the company. Tour Schedule


Joining the production this week are Marika Aubrey and Jenny Ashman. 


Brandon Springman will join the company September 10 ahead of the arrival of Sharone Sayegh, Julia Knitel, Amelia Cormack, and Kilty Reidy on October 8.



July 20 - Oct 6, 2019


Come From Away (Australian Premiere Company)

38 Diverted Planes.  7000 Stranded Passengers.  1 Small Town.

The Remarkable True Story Of The Small Town That Welcomed The World. 

Written by Tony® and Grammy nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, and helmed by Tony® Award winning Best Director, Christopher Ashley with musical staging by Tony® nominee Kelly Devine. 

On September 11, the world stopped. On September 12, their stories moved us all.

Kilty stands-by for Nick and Claude. (Bob, Oz and Kevin T.)

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June 19 - July 13, 2019

42nd Street


Tony Award-nominee Randy Skinner recreates his recent West End production at The Ogunquit Playhouse.  

Rachel York as Dorothy Brock, Steve Blanchard as Julian Marsh, 

Jessica Wockenfuss as Peggy Sawyer,  Con O'Shea-Creal as Billy Lawlor.


Kilty plays Bert Barry opposite Emmy-Award-Winner Sally Struthers as Maggie Jones.


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September 13 - November 25, 2018
December 27  - January 27, 2019



Kilty plays Paris Opera House manager Alaine Cholet in Phanton written by From the Tony Award-winning team of Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit. Directed by Tom Polum. Cast includes  Matthew Billman in the role of Erik/The Phantom, Kayleen Seidl as Christine Daeé,  James Van Treuren as Gerard Carriere,  Sandy Rosenberg as Carlotta and Stuart Marland as Inspector Ledoux



June 29 - August 4, 2018


42nd Street 

Kilty plays Bert Barry in the quintessential backstage musical comedy, "42nd Street", bringing Broadway golden-age glamour, a large tap-happy cast and a score chock-filled with American songbook classics to Bucks County Playhouse (BCP) in an all-new production.


Directed by Bucks County Playhouse Artistic Associate Hunter Foster and choreographed by Jeremy Dumont.

April 5 - 7, 2018


The off-Broadway musical Forever Plaid will return to New York as a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS for a three-performance run at the Laurie Beechman Theatre at the West Bank Café.

Directed by original creator Stuart Ross, the production will feature Sean Bell as Smudge, Nick Cearley as Sparky, Joshua David Cavnaugh as Frankie, and Justin Sargent as Jinx.

Special Plaid Guests were: Paul Caster, David Engel, Drew Gerace, Javier IgnacioNick LocilentoRodney PeckRyan PerryKilty ReidyJustin SargentClif Thorn, Garris Wimmer and Michael Winther.

David Hancock Turner serves as musical director, with arrangements and musical continuity by James Raitt. Jason Buell is production coordinator and Richard Martini produces.

February 24 - March 4, 2018


Book & Lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green
Music by Jule Styne
Music Directed by David Hancock Turner
Directed by Stuart Ross


Subways Are for Sleeping tells the tale of Angie, a reporter sent to get the scoop on a group of well-dressed homeless people sleeping in the New York subway system. Going undercover, Angie learns how the carefree other half lives and begins to see there might be another way to experience the world. 


Subways Are for Sleeping is perhaps best known for an infamous publicity stunt in which Merrick invited New Yorkers with the same names as some of the prominent theatre critics at the time, using their favorable reviews in a print ad. 

January 8, 2018


Drowsy Chaperone In Concert


It has been 10 years since The Drowsy Chaperone (Fest ’04) concluded its successful Broadway run, and Man in Chair is back to celebrate! Join The Drowsy Chaperone creative team and National Alliance for Musical Theatre for a one-night-only reunion concert.

At Feinstein's/54 Below

December 1 - Dec 20, 2017

Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Jack Feldman. 

Book by Harvey Fierstein

Newsies! is inspired by the real-life newsboy strike of 1899, this Disney movie-turned-hit-Broadway-musical has something for everyone—acrobatic dancing, heartfelt songs and a rousing story of underdogs taking on the establishment—all rolled into a feel-good evening of family entertainment.

At the Pioneer Theatre Company

September 14 - November 18, 2017


Set in the Wild West, where Frank Butler is the sharpest sharpshooter around and the heart-throb of Buffalo Bill's traveling Wild West show. He'll take on any challenge... and win. That is, until Frank meets his match in the rough and ready tomboy sharpshooter, Annie Oakley. Irving Berlin’s score filled with memorable hit songs, including “Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better,” "They Say It's Wonderful", “I Got the Sun in the Morning,” Doin' What Comes Natur'lly ,” and the show-stopping hit, “There’s No Business Like Show Business.”

Kilty plays Charlie Davenport.  Westchester Broadway Theater.

July 2017


From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald

​July 17th  6:00 p.m.
July 20th  7:30 p.m.
July 22nd 5:30 p.m.
The Workshop TheatreMainstage
312 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018

March 23 - June 25, 2017


Mamma Mia at Westchester Broadway Theatre


Based on the songs of the Swedish pop group ABBA, Mamma Mia , is set on the Greek island of Kalokairi. A 20 year old woman named Sophie wants to have a traditional wedding and hopes her father will walk her down the aisle, but there's one problem: she has no idea who her father is! With help from her mother’s journal, she narrows the possibilities down to three men, and hilarity ensues as they all claim her as their child!

Kilty plays wealthy British financier Harry Bright.

December 8-23, 2016
It's Christmas Eve at an old New England Inn. The merriment begins when two famous entertainers who split up their act are both booked to headline the traditional holiday show at the Inn. Enjoy a hilarious evening of holiday music, laughter, and a story of Christmas magic, as the families of the feuding stars try to get them to reunite and recreate the act which made them famous.
The show features all your favorite Christmas music including and old-fashioned sing-along.
Kilty plays Bill Brewer. Westchester Broadway Theater.

Oct 14, 2016


IFC Films opens Certain Women in NY and LA October 14th.

Other major markets will see the film October 21/28. 

“CertainWomen”reunites Reichardt with Michelle Williams,

who starred in her two best films to date: “Wendy and Lucy” and “Meek’s Cutoff”; rounding out the main trio are Laura Dern and Kristen Stewart.

September 16 - October 1, 2016


The Last Ship

Music and Lyrics by Sting     

Book by John Logan and Brian Yorkey

Pioneer Theatre Company will produce the American Regional Premiere of Sting's "The Last Ship," a Broadway musical with a fantastic theatrical pedigree about the death of the shipbuilding industry in a gritty industrial British port town.​Kilty plays Billy Thompson.  

See Video Preview Here

May 5-July 17, 2016
Happy Days, The Musical at Westchester Broadway Theatre
This new musical is based on the television series and written by its creator, Garry Marshall. When Arnold’s is in danger of being torn down, Richie, Potsie, Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli and the rest of the gang team up to save it with a dance contest. 
It features 21 songs by Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe award-winning songwriter Paul Williams, including the series’ theme song.
April 21, 2016
Kilty shoots The Blacklist directed by Michael Dinner (Justified, Masters of Sex). 


The episode, "Alexander Kirk (#14)" airs Thursday May 12th at 9/8c on NBC.

April 14, 2016
b-side productions profiles Kilty in Q&A Thursday.
b-side productions is an organization created by artists for artists in order to foster, renew and reinvent theatrical tradition.
February 22, 2016
Kilty signs with Rikky Fishbein at The Hybrid Agency.

Rikky Fishbein

353 W. 48th St., 3rd Fl.

 New York, NY 10036


January 2016

Certain Women based on stories by Maile Meloy with a screenplay and direction by Kelly Reichardt will have a world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.


Certain Women drops us into a handful of intersecting lives across Montana. A lawyer (Laura Dern) tries to diffuse a hostage situation and calm her disgruntled client (Jared Harris), who feels slighted by a workers’ compensation settlement. A married couple (Michelle Williams and James Le Gros) breaks ground on a new home but exposes marital fissures when they try to persuade an elderly man to sell his stockpile of sandstone. A ranch hand (Lily Gladstone) forms an attachment to a young lawyer (Kristen Stewart), who inadvertently finds herself teaching a twice-weekly adult education class, four hours from her home.

Kelly Reichardt returns to the American West, by way of Maile Meloy’s short stories, but upends its traditional associations. Here, the rugged men of yesteryear struggle with age, injury, and indignation while the women imperfectly blaze trails. Reichardt’s unhurried, observational style resists judgment or sentimentality. The picturesque setting masks lives of quiet desperation and conflicting emotion. All three stories strain with longing, populated by flawed people wrestling with moral ambiguity and living between isolation and intimacy.


Kilty plays a teacher, Charles, in the adult education class.


January 24 at 3:30 pm (Eccles Theatre, Park City)

January 25 at 9:00 am (Library Center Theatre, Park City)

January 28 at 6:30 pm (Rose Wagner Performing Arts, SLC)

January30  at 9:30 pm (Redstone Cinema 1, Park City)

November 27-December 27, 2015 


Capital Repertory Theatre "The Rep" presents A Christmas Story, The Musical. Kilty plays the narrator, Jean Shepard. 
Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.
Based on the motion picture written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark .
Set in the 1940s in the fictional town of Hohman, Indiana, this joyous musical follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas gifts—an Official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. All the iconic scenes are here, along with a rollicking TONY®nominated score.
"Kilty Reidy as the Narrator brings a beautifully nuanced performance filled with warmth. He truly pushes the points of love and family without making anything feel forced. His sentimental scenes in the last moments of the show will bring a joyful tear to your eye." 
Will Gallagher, Discover Albany
October 18 , 2015
Kilty shoots an educational short for Pearson, produced and filmed by Cut and Dry Films. He plays Mr. Mikinnon. Check it out here on his Media Page.
Monday September  21st 2015
Feinstein's/54 Below is proud to present composer/lyricist Jeff Bowen in an intimate night where anything can happen! Jeff is the composer and lyricist of the Broadway musical [title of show] and Now. Here. This. 
Kilty joins Courtney Balan ([title of show]), Benjamin Howes ([title of show] and Laura Jordan (Cry-Baby) singing
Die Vampire Die ([title of show]) and More Life (Now. Here. This.)
July 22-August 8, 2015 
The Gateway presents Billy Elliot.
Featuring the soaring music of Elton John, Billy Elliot is the winner of ten 2009 Tony Awards, including the award for best musical. A modern classic, this phenomenal production tells the inspirational tale of a young boy from a blue-collar British town who trades boxing gloves for ballet shoes, and must fight to make his dream come true. Nearly 10 million people around the world have been captivated by Billy Elliot - one of this century’s most celebrated, award-winning shows – and now you can too . 
Buy Tickets.
July 8-13, 2015 


Music Theatre of Wichita presents Billy Elliot.
An accidental visit to a ballet class sets in motion a life-changing experience for a small boy in a British mining town. Based on the award-winning film, this powerful stage adaptation won 10 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical.
Book and Lyrics by Lee Hall. Music by Elton John.
Buy Tickets.
June 23-27, 2015 at The June Havoc Theatre
B-Side Productions presents A Man of No Importance 

Music by Stephen Flaherty. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens.

Book by Terrence McNally.

Diana Basmajian will direct with musical staging by DJ Gray. 


The cast will be led by Kilty Reidy as Alfie Byrnewith Vanessa Dunleavy, Greg Carter, Cecilia Vanti, Kimberly Chesser, Scott Guthrie, Lance Olds, Simon Pearl, Vishal Vaidya, Aaron Fuksa,

Neville Braithwaite, Joanna Parsons, Joanne Shea, Ben Maters, Trevor Strader & Brook Packard.


Cast and Creative Bios.

Read about it on Broadway World.

June 20, 2014 7:30
June 21,  2014 3pm & 7:30
B-Side Productions presents See Rock City, a winner of the 2011 Drama Desk Award for best book and the 2008 Richard Rodgers Award, this bold and daring new contemporary musical is about connections missed and made at tourist destinations across America. With a score that incorporates pop, rock, folk and more, each story builds on the last to create a vivid travelogue of americans learning to overcome their fears and expectations in order to connect.
Cast and Creative.
Read about it on Playbill.
Read about it on Broadway World.
Saturday, May 24, 2014


B-Side Prodcutions presents a Private Reading:
Clouds Are Pillows for the Moon
Book and Lyrics: Ty Defoe.
Music: Tidtaya Sinutoke.
Directed by: Leigh Silverman.
More information on the Cast and Creative Team. 
Kilty joined Artistic Director Jasper Grant and associate artists, Liz Asti, Mark Price, Josey Roberts, Amos Wolf and Cassie Silva, to form new theater company B-Side Productions. 
B-Side Productions is an organization created by artists for artists with the purpose of fostering opportunities for creative exploration without attachment to industry expectation.
By re-imagining new as well as established works of musical theater, we empower artists by providing opportunity, education, as well as support within the time frame given for each piece presented. We aim for high achievement while embracing the full journey of the creative process, hoping to provide inspiration for artists along the way.
March 27 - May 18, 2014
Kilty will sing second tenor in the quartet and understudy the title role in The Music Man at the John W. Engeman Theater
at Northport.


Rounding out the quartet is Kenny Francoeur, Kenny Necciai and Richard Costa.


Directed by Igor Goldin. 

Music Direction by James Olmstead.
Monday, February 24, 2014 11:30pm
What happens when 18 composers go on a blind date with 18 singers? Answer: Muse Match at 54 Below.
See Playbill Article.
I am matched with Alexander Sage Oyen. Check him out! 
Proceeds benefit the Boys And Girls Club of NYC. 
Friday, Junuary 17, 2014 5pm
Kilty joins PLAY ON, a new play reading series, in presenting
their inaugural selection June Moon. This 1929 Broadway love letter to Tin Pan Alley, written by Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman, is an oft-overlooked gem from theatre history.


Cast: Charlie Levy, Ariela Morgenstern, Liz Asti, Will Erat,
Jen Eden, Michael Di Liberto, Cecilia Vanti and Jasper Grant.


The reading will be held at Nola Studios, 250 West 54th St.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 3pm


Kilty joins Janet Dickinson in a reading of Christmas Carolyn
for The York Theatre's Developmental Reading Series.
Book & Lyrics by James Stanley Yates & Dan Marshall.
Music by Ok Kyun Kang.
Direction by Tom Pacio.
Music Direction by Kevin David Thomas.
Carolyn DuMont, the most reviled woman in show business, is locked in the theater on Christmas Eve. In one night she is forced to confront her past, three ghosts and the spirit of Ethel Merman, who teach her the true meaning of friendship, show biz
and...oh yeah, Christmas!
Friday, December 13, 2013 3pm


Kilty joins The York Theatre's Developmental Reading Series
in presenting RAILS. 


Music and Lyrics by Tom Kenaston.
Book and Lyrics by Tom Paitson Kelly.
Dircted by David Glenn Armstrong.
Music Direction by Micah Young.
Associate Directed by Michael Rader.


Other cast includes:


Klea Blackhurst (Goodspeed's Hello, Dolly!)
Jessica Grove' (A Little Night Music)
Robb Sapp (Wicked, Shrek)
Paul Anthony Stewart (The Landing,The People in the Picture)
Louisa Flaningam


Memory falters. Days disappear. Dreams get shelved. But none of that matters if you have the right storyteller. An elderly woman with dementia struggles to navigate through what is current and what is in the past. On the morning of Maggie's move into a senior facility, her grandson conducts her on one last epic journey through the stories of her own life. Rails is at once a sweeping tale of four generations of an American family, and an intimate portrait of two people trying to remember who they are.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 8pm


Kilty joins B-Side Production's Winter Gala presenting "Elegies For Angels, Punks & Raging Queens".
In commemoration of World Aids Day, B-Side Productions is closing out its inaugural year with highlights from Bill Russell & Janet Hood's moving "Elegies For Angels, Punks & Raging Queens" with proceeds going to The Ali Forney Center, a shelter for homeless LGBT youth.


Also featuring Broadway Artists:


Teal Wicks (Wicked, Jekyll & Hyde)
Brent Di Roma (Jersey Boys, Avenue Q)
Lael Van Keuren (Sister Act)
Kimberly Marable (Sister Act, The Book Of Mormon)
Max Kumangai (Honeymoon In Vegas, Hair)
The Cocktail Gala will be held at The Studio At Theatre 511
511 West 54th Street Penthouse New York, NY 10019.
Wine, Beer & Champagne will be served along with light
hors d'oeuvres during the evening. 
Tickets are $75 for the evening. Click here for tickets.

Monday, November 18, 2013


Kilty joins UnsungMusicalsCo. Inc. to present Caesar’s Wife, the world premiere of an unfinished musical score written circa 1969 by Carolyn Leigh and Lee Pockriss.
7:30 PM at Peter Norton Symphony Space 
2537 Broadway at 95th Street.
Cast: Garrett Long, Jenny Powers, Teal Wicks, Rachel de Benedet, Anastasia Barzee, Becky Gulsvig, Kevin Earley, 
Nancy Anderson, Pilin Anice, Donna Bullock, Alicia Charles, 
Marjorie Failoni, Sarah Kay Marchetti, Joseph Mederios, 
Lizz Picini, Jenny Powers, Kirstin Tucker, Ryan Vanderboom, 
Tiffany Westlie, Matt Lutz, and Michael Williams.
Friday, November 1, 2013
B-Sides cast of A Man of No Importance announcced!


Kilty plays the title charactere of Alfie Byrne. 
Cast: Brent Michael DiRoma, Liz Asti, Cecilia,Vanti, Liam 
Mulligan, Anthony Apicella, Diane Nicole, Sam Beasly, Nicole 
Paloma Sarro, Anna Capocefalo, Brooke Packard, TrevorStrader, 
Charlie Levy, Dan Sonntag, Lance Olds and Scott Guthrie.
Directed by Diana Basmajian.
Music Direction by Jasper Grant.
Ripley Grier 1520 Eighth Ave. Studio 7N 3:30 & 6:30 showings. $10 suggested donation.
July 29 - August 19, 2013
Billy Elliot: The Musical plays São Paulo, Brazil.
Kilty plays Mr. Braithwaite. See article in Playbill.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Kilty sings "Big" from MARJOE: a new musical based on the life of Marjoe Gortner (music by Byran Treitler and lyrics by Noel Carey) as part of JWS sings BMI at 54 Below.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Billy Elliot: The Musical opens in Costa Mesa, CA at Segerstrom Hall where Kilty joins the cast as Mr. Braithwaite. 
March 22 - 24, 2013
Kilty joins the The York Theatre's Musicals in Mufti to present Silk Stockings.


Directed by Stuart Ross.
Music Direction by David Snyder.
Cast: Erin Davie, Ben Davis, Erick Devine, Erica Dorfler, David Garrison, Leah Hocking, Andrew Kluger, Mark Price, Kilty Reidy, Danny Rutigliano, Alet Taylor, and Stephen Wallem.

March 1 - 3, 2013


The York Theatre presents Hollywood Pinafore as part of Musicals in Mufti. Kilty to play Bob Beckett.


Directed by Mark Kaufmann.

Music Direction by Beth Falcone.


Cast: Susan Blommaert, Claybourne Elder, Jennifer Evans, Sara Jean Ford, Tom Galantich, Julie Kotarides, Dennis Parlato, Andrew Ragone, Kilty Reidy, Danny Rutigliano and Mary Stout.



December 11 - January 6, 2013
Playbill Article: A White Christmas at the Kennedy Center



Kilty recreates the role of Mike Nulty opposite his original
Ezekial Foster, Cliff Bemis.
Cast: James Clow, David Elder, Stefanie Morse, Mara Davi, Ruth Williamson, Kilty Reidy, Cliff Bemis, Tony Lawson, Joe Costa, Shannon Harrington and Andie Mechanic.
Rounding out the ensemble are Darien Crago, Abby Church, Brandon Davidson, Lucas Fedele, Alexa Glover, Andrew Hodge, Drew Humphrey, Bryan Hunt, Megan Kelley, Kathryn Kendall, Kristyn Pope, Christopher Rice, Natasha Scearse, Krista Severeid, Kelly Sheehan, Kristen J. Smith, Andrew Black
and Lea Kohl.
March 27 - April 15, 2012


Kilty performs the role of Bellomy, the girl's father, in
The Fantasticks at The Virginia Stage Company under the direction of Jose Zayas. See article in
November 26 - December 24, 2011
Kilty returns to The Geva Theatre Center as The Ghost of Christmas Present/Mr. Fezziwig in A Christmas Carol.
Directed by Artistic Director Mark Cuddy.
October 20 & 22, 2011


When You're Here by Samuel D Hunter.


Kilty will read the lead character Eddie, a manager at the Olive Garden, in Sam's new play at Geva Theatre Center's The Festival of New Theatre.


It’s Famiglia Week at the Olive Garden on the brink of extinction in Pocatello, Idaho, where corporate culture has become the culture.  As two families try to reconcile past and present, they search for a new definition of home, a new way to relate to the world – and to each other.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011


The Public Theater's Shakespeare Lab Final Presentations directed by Barry Edelstein. 


The Newman Theater at The Public Theater 425 Lafayette Street 3pm & 7:30 pm.
Monday, June 6, 2011
Kilty joins The Public Theater's Shakespeare Lab.
The Shakespeare Lab is The Public’s tuition-free professional development program for actors. It immerses a carefully-selected company of professional, mid-career actors in a summer intensive exploring the rigors, challenges, and joys of performing Shakespeare. The Lab culminates in a public performance of Shakespeare on one of the stages at The Public Theater’s downtown home.
Faculty: Barry Edelstein, Ron Van Lieu, Janet Zarish, Robert Perillo, Orlando Pabatoy and Nancy Lemenager, J. Steven White and Ian Hersey.  Faculty Bios
Fellow members: Kimiye Corwin, JacqueLine Duprey, Jake Hart, Mousa Kraish, Royce Johnson, Anthony Johnston, Allison Mack, David Skeist, and Amy Lynn Stewart. 
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