Keira Bauer is a 17-year-old junior at Cardinal O’Hara High School, currently involved in theater, choir, and numerous community service organizations and a member of the varsity golf team.
Leanne McGroary is a 23 years old West Chester University recent grad.
Shannon Daly is 15 years old and a freshman at Cardinal O’Hara High school in Springfield. Shannon has been an active member of the performing arts program at Sacred Heart in Havertown.
Gianna Coffey is a 19 year old singer-songwriter from Havertown attending Christendom College. Gianna plays guitar and likes folk and pop genres.
Talented young performers from the area take the stage to showcase their abilities. Student Stage features Singers, Songwriters, Musicians who are ready to perform before a LIVE and streaming audience.
$5 admission for Students online or at the door.
$15 admission for Adults in Advance. $20 Day of Show.
Kelly Music for Life will provide complimentary beverages. Drinkware and ice provided. All drinks will be served in disposable cups. BYOB is also welcome for adults for an additional $5 donation. Must be 21 to consume alcohol.
Masks required to enter and removed only while seated. Limited tickets. 50% capacity to allow proper distancing.
Doors open at 7:00 pm. 7:30 show.
Free Parking in Oakmont Municipal lot behind Kelly Center off Darby Road.
LIVE Stream Option: Watch at home. Pay what you can afford at https://kellycenter.org/contribute/ $10 suggested. Please indicate your donation is for Student Stage. Virtual tickets benefit performers and the Kelly Center.
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The Kelly Center is operated by Kelly Music for Life, Inc., a non-profit 501c3 pure public charity that supports Music Education, the Arts, and other community initiatives. For more information visit https://kellymusicforlife.org or https://kellycenter.org
Interested in performing at a future Student Stage showcase? Request an application [email protected]
For all events, we are focusing on SAFETY. We have improved air filtration inside the Kelly Center for the safety of Customers, Staff and Performers. We have upgraded to Hospital Grade HEPA air filtration, Negative Air Ion filters and Apple Catechin filters with antiviral and antibacterial properties. These upgrades trap and deactivate microscopic bacteria and viruses, and can diminish or prevent the spread of diseases. Our HVAC draws in fresh air from outside, completely turning the inside air over every 5 minutes. We open the windows when appropriate to improve fresh air flow.
Keira Bauer lives in Havertown, PA. She is a 17-year-old junior at Cardinal O’Hara High School, currently involved in theater, choir, and numerous community service organizations and a member of the varsity golf team. Keira attended Sacred Heart School in Havertown from kindergarten to eighth grade and always played on various sports teams. In sixth grade, she was cast in School House Rock and fell in love with performing. Since then, Keira has performed in shows at Sacred Heart, Cardinal O’Hara, and Upper Darby Summer Stage. Keira is a cantor at Sacred Heart Church and regularly sings at weddings and funerals. In her free time, she loves to play the ukelele and piano and spend time with family and friends.
Shannon Daly is 15 years old and a freshman at Cardinal O’Hara High school in Springfield. Shannon has been an active member of her grade school’s performing arts program at Sacred Heart in Havertown. In sixth grade, Shannon played the role of Sandy in Grease, in seventh she was a silly girl in Beauty and the Beast and eighth grade she was to play Ariel In Footloose, unfortunately the pandemic had other plans. This year she is playing the role of Gracie Shinn in O’Hara’s Music Man. Shannon is a very active part of the Irish community here in Philadelphia. Shannon is a championship Irish dancer for the McDade School of Irish dance and has been dancing since the age of 4 and is currently at the highest competitive level. Shannon also plays Gaelic football and camogie for the Delaware County Gaels, she has travelled to Ireland twice with her team to compete in one of the most prestigious competitions at the U14 level. Shannon has been honored to sing the Irish National Anthem (Amhrán na bhFiann) at various Irish events in the area, this meaningful anthem is sang in Gaelic. In 2019, Shannon sang the anthem at St. Joe’s University before a Gaelic football game between the Philadelphia All Stars vs. The University of Ulster, Ireland. Shannon lives at home with her mom and dad, sister Julia and brother, Oliver. Shannon is delighted to be back on the Kelly Center stage again tonight.
Leanne McGroary is 23 years old and just graduated from West Chester University in May of 2020. She has previously been involved in multiple theater productions and cabarets, and just recently moved down to Tampa, Florida to pursue a position in marketing.