Kelsie Kullman is a long time veteran at The Theatre Company, having been in over 18 productions (and 2 more to come). She was first cast in the 2005 production of The Music Man, starring the brilliant Mark Bendiksen. After that she was hooked and did several more productions throughout high school. She took a break to go off to college at The University of North Texas, where she received a B.A. in Theatre with an emphasis in performance. Her studies at UNT included Realism, Musical Theatre, Voice, Movement, Clowning, Playwriting, and Directing, just to name a few. She was also blessed to have been in five productions during her time there, including one of her most cherished roles, Rona Lisa Peretti in THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE. She moved back to College Station in 2015 and picked right back up at TTC, auditioning for PETER PAN about two weeks after she moved back. Some of Kelsie’s favorite TTC roles include: Yente (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF), Justice Charlier (ROCK OF AGES), Mrs. Peachum (THE THREEPENNY OPERA), Sour Kangaroo (SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL), and Narrator (JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT).
Kelsie has a passion for not only theatre and singing, but comedy, writing, art, social justice, movies, and petting dogs. In 2010 she wrote a short film, The Guardian, which was then produced and filmed in Houston by Crosswind Productions and has won several international awards. In 2014 she was picked to produce two of her short plays for local DFW actors and directors. Also in 2014, she wrote, cast, and directed her own short play series called The Talking Walls of Room 14. She is a devoted friend, a loving sister, and a caring (yet a handful) daughter. In 2021 she (hopes) to move out of state to pursue her love of theatre, singing, writing, and voiceover work. Enjoy the show :)
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