Brett Kelly

Directing Credits

1997: December 1997 Hansel & Gretel: A Christmas Story
2004: November 16-20 and 23-27 Ethan Claymore
2006: December 28, 29, 30 Hi, Ho, Robin Hood
2008: Mar 25-29 & April 1-5 Framed!
2012: March 27-31 & April 3-7 Friends, With Benefits

Acting Credits

1995: May 1995 It Runs in the Family
1996: May 1996 The Importance of Being Earnest - II
1996: November 1996 The Woman in Black
1997: March 1997 The Affections of May
1997: November 1997 Much Ado About Nothing
1998: March 1998 Alone Together
1998: October 7-10 & 14-17 Hobson's Choice
2000: Sep 27-30, Oct 3-7 Sylvia
2001: May 23-26, May 29-June 2 A Midsummer Night's Dream
2002: September 18-21 & 23-28 The Wild Guys
2003: May 28-31 & June 2-7 The Snow Ball
2004: May 25-29, June 1-5 Out of Sight ... Out of Murder
2005: November 15-19 & 22-26 The Beauty Queen of Leenane

Production Credits

Stage Crew The Heidi Chronicles
The Miss Firecracker Contest
Communicating Doors
Video Crew I Hate Hamlet
Continuity Come Back to the Five & Dime,....
Special Effects Consultant Radium Girls

From the program for Hi, Ho, Robin Hood:

BRETT KELLY has been a member of Kanata Theatre for over a decade. On stage he has appeared in plays such as The Importance of  Being Earnest, The Woman in Black, Beauty Queen of Leenane, Sylvia, The Wild Guys and many more. Brett has also directed the plays Hansel and Gretel and Ethan Claymore for Kanata Theatre. Brett is world-renowned for being an independent filmmaker. His cult films The Bonesetter, My Dead Girlfriend and others can be seen internationally.

From Framed! :

BRETT KELLY (Director) is best known, as of late, for directing independent films. His movies The Bonesetter, My Dead Girlfriend and Kingdom of the Vampire among others, are available on DVD internationally. Brett got his start at Kanata Theatre where he appeared in such plays as Sylvia, The Woman in Black, The Importance of Being Earnest, A Midsummer Nights Dream and many more. Brett has directed Ethan Claymore and the holiday play Hi, Ho, Robin Hood for Kanata Theatre.

From the program for Friends, with Benefits:

BRETT KELLY (Director) got his start in the entertainment biz with Kanata Theatre in 1993, appearing in such plays as The Importance of Being Earnest, Wild Guys, The Affections of May, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Woman in Black among others. Brett has also directed Ethan Claymore, Framed! and two holiday plays for Kanata Theatre. These days he is best known as Canada's most prolific director of independent feature films for the international DVD market. His films include the western Hell at my Heels just released by Lionsgate and the forthcoming musical romantic comedy zombie film My Fair Zombie.