Kevin is the youngest son of Chicago Director/Artistic Director Dyanne Earley, first woman ever to receive a Jeff Award Nomination for Direction of a Musical. She had four Jeff Award Nominations in her long carrier at the Marriott Theater including The First, My Fair Lady, Windy City and Miss Saigon.
Thomas Meehan : "Dyanne likes things to make sense."
Following in her footsteps, Kevin is delighted to be off to a thrilling start with these productions...
Dyanne EarleyDirecting The First (The Jackie Robinson Musical.)
DirectorFulton Theater Lancaster PA
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Director of the World Premiere Production of
by John Reeger
"The Fulton's production of Changing Channels is both thoughtful and important." - "Bisgaier and Fahrner are both expertly cast." - "Act Two revolves around a major plot point derivative of The Crucible. Arthur Miller's masterpiece..." Broadway World
The Wonder -
by Susan FerraraCo-Directed with Julie Ann Emery Lighting design by Daniel O'Brien
Winner - Best Production 2014 United Solo Festival in New York
Announced along side honoree Billy Crystal.
A "Video Look" at The WonderPerformed by Susan Ferrara
The Glass Menagerie -
by Tenneesse Williams
Fulton Theater, Lancaster, PA
"Kevin Earley’s direction for this production manages to be complex and nuanced His direction is never flashy, but instead simply lets the excellent performances and exemplary text speak for itself. He does though add some comedic moments throughout from Leos’ performances, which add a bit more of a modern sensibility to this classic work. His comedic moments are not grand or farcical, but instead just strives to find moments of laughter in the everyday lives of these characters."The Snapper - Josh Rittburg
"This is the most entertaining “Glass Menagerie” I have ever seen. The laughter flows freely through much of the play. Director Kevin Earley has made the choice to lighten what is often a heavy play, and it is delightful to see how humorous Williams can be."Lancaster Online
The Fantastics -
by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt
Webster Conservatory, St Louis, MO (My alma mader)
“Kevin Earleys most notable invention was to make the character called The Mute… truly a mute.”
The Fantastics - Two on the Isle Bob Wilcox (Video Review)