Keira Keeley earned her BA in theatre arts and English from Rollins College in Winter Park, and is thrilled to be returning to Florida. Ms. Keeley has performed in regional theatres across the country, appearing in Proof in Massachusetts (IRNE nomination for Best Actress), Dancing at Lughnasa in Maine, One Man, Two Guvnors in Missouri, Curse of the Starving Class in Pennsylvania, The Crucible in Connecticut, F2M in New York, Lieutenant of Inishmore in Missouri, and The Revolutionists (by Lauren Gunderson) in Ohio. Off-Broadway includes Angels in America at Signature Theatre, The Glass Menagerie at Roundabout Theatre (Theatre World Award), The Tribute Artist (by Charles Busch) at Primary Stages, How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them (by Halley Feiffer) at Rattlestick Theater, The Thugs (by Adam Bock) at SoHo Rep, among others. Ms. Keeley has also collaborated on countless developmental workshops of new plays. TV includes The Path, Rubicon, and Elementary. AEA and SAG-AFTRA Member.