Kellie Cullinan, an Equity actress and classically trained soprano, is known for her "bubbly" flair and personality.  Based in New York City, she recently made her Carnegie Hall debut, premiering "A Gershwin Romance", a new arrangement of Gershwin's classics as well as other solo vocal selections in Stern Auditorium.  A proud native of Naples, Florida, Kellie holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Vocal Performance from Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, studying under the tutelage of Distinguished Professor Timothy Noble.

As a member of Actors Equity Association, Kellie is most well known for her "million dollar high notes." She is equally at home performing a wide array of genres ranging from musical theater to operetta.  She debuted with Gulfshore Opera in its production of The Mikado as Yum-Yum.  Other recent engagements include performing the role of Johanna (Sweeney Todd),  Mary Turner (Of Thee I Sing), a featured soloist in TheatreZone's 10th Anniversary Concert starring Andrea McArdle as well as a featured soloist in Artis-Naples’s Marvin Hamlisch Pops Concert under the direction of Maestro Jack Everly.  Other credits include: Cosette (Les Miserables), Belle (A Christmas Carol), Papagena (Die Zauberflöte, Opera Studio Amsterdam), Paquette (Candide), Susan (Company), Hope Harcourt (Anything Goes), Jane (Karma), and Eleanor (Starmites).

"Kellie Cullinan is lovely, and has the vocal chops to handle the demands of Johanna’s lovely but musically intimidating 'Green Finch and Linnet Bird.' "