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Kelly Brighton in Cash on Delivery! by Michael Cooney - June 4 - July 11

Mild-mannered Eric Swan (Kelly Brighton) has been cheating the Social Security Department for years. What happens when a series of auditors and agents show up unexpectedly at his door? Everything! This hit farce moves at breakneck speed, as complications and misunderstandings tangle and multiply. Cash on Delivery! is a roller-coaster ride of a comedy that will have you laughing nonstop!

Kelly with Michael Cooney, Author of "Cash On Delivery!" Michael surprised the cast by attending their 2nd performance.

Cash on Delivery is a hit!

"If you haven't had a good laugh lately, then dash to Theatre Palisades to see 'Cash On Delivery!' a British farce written by Michael Cooney that opened last Friday at Pierson Playhouse . . . . Zingy one-liners, double takes, physical comedy, sight gags and impeccable timing had the audience in stitches from the opening scene until the final curtain . . . .It's hard to single out a best actor or actress because they were all top-notch, starting with Brighton, who had just the right amount of frantic energy with matter-of-factness mixed with silliness to pull off line after line . . .

Sue Pascoe, Palisadian Post

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Not Now, Darling!: Gilbert Bodley, Long Beach Playhouse

The Dining Room" by A.R. Gurney ("Love Letters") is being presented by the Hermosa Beach Players at the 2nd Story Theatre. The cast of six portrays 55 characters that range in age from 10 to 80. It is a tall order for the actors. Nevertheless, the production is surprisingly smooth thanks to strong guidance by Director Kelly Brighton. Brighton also plays many of the characters and is a show standout.

Kari Sayers
Daily Breeze

In the mood to see fur fly? Then hie thee to The Long Beach Playhouse to savor Ray Cooney's wonderfully enacted farce, Not Now, Darling!...The production is top notch. In a show that required split-second timing, the cast pulled it off in spades. Excellent performances, especially the role of Gilbert Bodley played by Kelly Brighton.

James Scarborough
What the Butler Saw

Putting It Together

Kelly Brighton in Stephen Sondheim's Putting It Together - November 5 - December 12, 2010

This now-legendary revue originally starred Carol Burnett on Broadway and contains some of Sondheim’s most beloved songs. Putting It Together weaves the story of two couples through song and dance. This elegant, marvelous musical explores the themes of romance and marriage, passion and heartbreak, betrayal and hope—all with Sondheim’s signature wit and style.

Kelly plays a wealthy husband at odds with his wealthy wife during a swank cocktail party in their decadent, New York penthouse. Thirty-three Sondheim songs are presented in this fast-paced revue from his many musicals. Kelly's role was originally played by George Hearn (Broadway's Sweeney Todd) opposite Carol Burnett.

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Kelly London

Putting It Together

Kelly Brighton in Neil Simon's hilarious Rumors - April 1 - May 8, 2011

Pierson Playhouse - Theatre Palisades

At a tasteful Sneden's Landing townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself. Four couples gather for his tenth wedding anniversary but instead experience a severe attack of Farce. Kelly is playing the role of Glenn Cooper, candidate for State Senator.