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Kelcey Anyá is a multi-disciplinary performing artist hailing from the bayous of South Louisiana. She began her performance career at the tender age of 2 years old where she began dancing and fell in love with all things performance. Her passion grew when acting and singing entered the picture.
A few of her favorite credits include “The Stories of Scheherazade” (2008), “Shakin’ The Mess Outta Misery” (2013), “The Color Purple” (2014), and “Same Blood” (2018). In April of 2019, Kelcey Anyá wrote, produced and performed her first solo show “Out of the Box”, followed by choreographing the regional premiere of “A Hard Knock Life: A dance adaptation of Annie” with Cincinnati Black Theatre Company in June of 2019.
Kelcey received her Master's of Arts in
Theatre, Performance and Practice
with certificates in both Teaching and Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies from Miami University (Oxford, Oh) August 2019. Upon graduating, she moved to New York City where she is pursuing her passion for making the performing arts more accessible to Black and Brown youth.