Keri-lee Smith

Keri-lee Smith

Keri-lee Smith

RD Faculty

Miss Smith is a performance artist with training and credits in dance, voice and theatre. Her training includes jazz, ballet and musical theatre at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, triple threat training at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto, and acting training at the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) in Montréal. Miss Smith also holds a Bachelor of Arts, and is in the process of obtaining a Certificate in Immigration Consulting.

On stage, Keri-Lee has performed in Toronto, Montréal and Winnipeg. She has performed classical roles such as Hermia from A Midsummer’s Night Dream and Ophelia from Hamlet, and many roles in contemporary plays, including; A Girl Named Graceland, Conclave: The Musical, One Last Thing, Shades of Brown, Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare, and Illuminati: The Musical (both I and II).

Keri-Lee is also a director and choreographer, having directed and choreographed for such festivals as SummerWorks, Fringe and Femfest, along with CD release parties and her own work as a member of the Vaudeville Vixens. Currently she is in her 9th year of teaching at the RWB.