Stage Credits

Ellen Kennedy earned her BFA in acting at the University of Alberta, and has been acting professionally ever since. She has appeared in theatres across Canada, and has received a Jessie Richardson award for ensemble cast in the hit musical All Grown Up, which she also co-wrote. All Grown Up has taken Ellen to numerous theatres, including the Arts Club in Vancouver, the Belfry in Victoria, Magnus Theatre in Thunder Bay, as well as theatres in Nanaimo, B.C., and Calgary. Other favorite roles include Lettie in Something’s Afoot (Persephone Theatre), Sister Mary Amnesia in Nunsense (Citadel Theatre/Stage West), Luciana in Comedy of Errors (Vancouver Shakespeare Festival), and Doto in A Phoenix Too Frequent (Back Alley Theatre). Ellen has also performed improv comedy for many years with the Vancouver TheatreSports League. Her film credits include roles in Airbud 4 & 5, and Mother Agnus in Chestnut, Hero of Central Park.

All Grown Up

Written and performed by Ellen Kennedy, Bonnie Panych and Lori Valleau

Star Trick: The Musical
Vancouver Theatresports League

“Ellen Kennedy tackles the dual roles of efficient Lieutenant IHearYa and sex-crazed Queen of the Popcorns … Kennedy’s torchy ‘Where No Man Has Gone Before’ is worth the price of admission.”
– Louise Phillips, The West End Times

A Phoenix Too Frequent
Back Alley Theatre, Vancouver

Phoenix Rises as Opulent Gem
“Ellen Kennedy’s funny Doto is just right.”
– Lloyd Dykk, Vancouver Sun

Sparkling Production
“Ellen Kennedy’s Doto is also strong. As the clear-eyed member of the servant class, Doto knows the truth when she sees it, and Kennedy spits out that truth with gleeful good humour.”
– Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight

Stage West/Citadel Theatre, Edmonton

“…Ellen Kennedy steals the show as the perky Sister Mary Amnesia.”

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