Kelli Edwards

Kelli Edwards has served as a movement consultant for A Confederacy of DuncesCome Back, Little Sheba; The Second Girl; Becoming Cuba; The Cherry Orchard; and choreographed How Shakespeare Won the West for the Huntington. She has choreographed numerous shows at the New Repertory Theatre including The Hot Mikado (IRNE Award for Best Choreography), The Wild Party, Cabaret, Ragtime, and Rent. Other Boston credits include American Repertory Theater, Actors’ Shakespeare Project, and Stoneham Theatre, among others. Ms. Edwards is the co-director of Dances by Isadora Boston and is on the faculty of Milton Academy.

 

(As of October 2015)