Cait Kiley


Recent News:

New Reviews

“She’s worth the drive to go see.”
(‘Elizabeth’ in FRANKENSTEIN, The Curtain Call TV Show)

King John and The Cherry Orchard - American Theater of Actors

“After getting the chance to play one of her Chekhovian dream roles, Varya in The Cherry Orchard, Cait returns to the American Theatre of Actors to take on the role of the formidable Queen Eleanor in Shakespeare’s King John.”

Tickets and More info HERE

SURPRISE! For the first time in my professional career, I finally get to sing in my SOPRANO register!

I will be returning to St. Luke’s Theater this July, returning to the theater and show in which I made my off-Broadway debut this past fall—only this time I’ll be taking on the leading lady role of Elizabeth in ‘Frankenstein: a New Musical’.

I am ecstatic to rejoin this wonderful company, to sing this gorgeous music, and to help tell this timeless story. I’ll be going on the first 4 Mondays in July (starting next week!) at 7pm.

More info HERE

After the successful run of my play, Gamma Delta Nasty, at New York Theatre Festival’s Winterfest, I have been keeping busy—I recently completed a Casting Director Workshop at The Growing Studio, as well as my first session as a student of Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver’s Actor Therapy.

My first ever original full-length play, Gamma Delta Nasty, was accepted to New York Theatre Festival’s ‘Winterfest’ 2018! I will also be acting in this production, playing the role of Boudica.

More info and tickets HERE

I will be playing Justine/Innkeeper's Wife in Frankenstein - A New Musical this fall Off-Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre.

More info HERE

This summer, I will be playing Lysistrata/Myrrhina in the Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre's production of Lysistrata from June 17th - 25th

Tickets Available HERE

I will be appearing in The Diamond Dogs at the Thespis Theatre Festival from September 27th - October 1st

Tickets Available HERE

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I recently returned from an amazing summer season at the Woodstock Playhouse where I played the Baroness in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Elsa Von Grossenknueten in The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 and Frau Gabor in Spring Awakening.