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Chelcy Harrell

Chelcy Harrell Chelcy Harrell has trained and performed for over 20 years in various cities across the country such as Dallas, Oklahoma City, Boston and New York City. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting at Oklahoma City University with a minor in Directing. Chelcy has also trained in various forms of Circus Arts, with a focus on Aerial Silks and Partner Acrobatics. She is very passionate about fusing theatre and circus to further explore the marriage of the two to create a unique and innovative style of storytelling. For the past 3 years, Chelcy has been teaching, performing, producing, writing, directing, and choreographing in Oklahoma City with Fresh Paint Performance Lab, a performing arts company focused on developing and workshopping new works, where she is currently serving as Artistic Director.



BWW Interview: Beneath the glue stick and glitter with Eric Ulloa of ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW at Lyric Theatre Of Oklahoma
October 28, 2019

BWW met with Lyric Theatre's own Frank-N-Furter, Eric Ulloa, for an in-depth look beneath the layers of glue stick and glitter at Ulloa's physical and mental transformation into the cult classic's sweet transvestite.

BWW Interview: BWW Meets with Ronn Burton Creator of PRESENCE, a New Show that Encourages Audiences to keep their Phones On
September 24, 2019

BWW meets with Ronn Burton creator of PRESENCE, a new show that encourages audiences to keep their phones on.

BWW Review: Marsh and Brown razzle dazzle us at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma as FROST/NIXON hits eerily close to home
September 11, 2019

Whether it was the familiarity of close-ups on a lying politician, or the perfectly pleated plaid pants of a journalist, or the mere razzle dazzle of a company of elite Oklahoma City actors, Frost/Nixon proved to be an engaging and important piece of historical theatre that will leave you wondering if we are all, whether hero or villain, actor or politician, just a?oelooking for a way back into the sun, into the limelight?a??

BWW Review: DISNEY'S NEWSIES Leaps With Pride And Revolution At Lyric Theatre Of Oklahoma
July 11, 2019

Disney's NEWSIES, a musical, historical fiction, based on the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899, fills the Civic Center Music Hall with a hefty dose testosterone and rebellion that will have you itching to pump your fists in the air after each raucous, rambunctious number. 

BWW Review: Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma's SINGIN' IN THE RAIN Showers Audiences with Nostalgia and Glam
July 1, 2019

Whether you are a long time fan of Singing in the Rain or you have never had the joy of seeing the movie, Lyric Theatre's production will transport you back in time with a satisfying evening of entertainment, nostalgia, highlighting truly skilled, triple threat performers. And if that isn't enough to convince you, come for the rain!

BWW Review: The Pollard Theatre Sails into Summer with DISASTER: THE MUSICAL
June 21, 2019

Using several of your favorite hits from the 1970s, cleverly strewn together, Disaster: the Musical is an homage to the wonderfully, awful disaster movies of the decade. What begins as a celebratory night at the grand opening of a floating casino and discotheque, quickly turns to...well...disaster as the passengers dodge earthquake, inferno, tidal wave, shark attack, diabetes, out of tune guitars, piranhas and more! Though the title may suggest it, The Pollard Theatre's production is far from a disaster.

BWW Review: The Pollard Theatre Buzzes With Your Favorite 1960s Tunes in BEEHIVE: THE 60S MUSICAL!
April 25, 2019

Beehive: The 60s Musical, takes audiences on a musical journey from hip to groovy to raw, from innocence to loss of innocence, and how the evolution of the music of the decade impacted and propelled the female empowerment movement. You are guaranteed to leave singing some of your favorite 60s tunes for hours, maybe even days afterwards!