Kelley Knight is an Actor, Writer, and Director from the Greater New Haven area and an alumni of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy of New York. Kelley discovered her passion for acting at the age of 17, when she was cast in the role of Tituba in a Mainstage Ensemble production of The Crucible. Since then, Kelley has acted professionally in many theater productions across the tristate area including; The Vagina Monologues, For Colored Girls, Deceit of Truth, and Canary Cockroach Phoenix. Her love for acting and theater grew to encompass both writing and directing.. Kelley began writing at a very young age and has been featured as a writer/performer at Storytellers New Haven, Urban Perspectives at Citywide Open Studios, Lit Happy Hour, and Resilience & Resistance. Kelley made her directorial debut with The Orange Players ACTING UP! 2018 directing Hugh Tucker and Stephanie Larson in Why My Father Talks With God by Jayne Hannah. Kelley continues to bring humanity and vulnerability to the stage through her collaborative and creative vision.