Kevin Earley

In a professional career that started as Kurt in THE SOUND OF MUSIC at age ten, Mr. Earley has appear on many stages across the country including 3 Broadway shows. He also has several television appearances as well as concerts and recordings. 

Following in his mothers footsteps, Kevin has recently begun Directing shows including WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, THE FANTASTICS, CHANGING CHANNELS and THE WHIPPING MAN.  

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Just Finished Performing 

Dr Dysart in Equus at Fulton Theater &

Pierre in Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 at Pioneer Theater. 

Finished Performing 

as Mr Andrews TITANIC,  Mr, Hart in 9 to 5 and as Brother Jeremiah Something Rotten. 

Fulton & Main State, Brunswick Maine.

Titanic Sneak Peek 2.mp4

Finished Directing

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Fulton Theater, Lancaster, PA




World Premiere Production

Changing Channels 

by John Reeger 

Fulton Theater -Lancaster PA


The World Goes 'Round 

At the Marriott Theater in Chicago

Cast Album...

Staring -Gregg Edelman, James Naughton, Jenny Powers, Jason Danieley and Kevin Earley. Trey Milton, Ava Della Pietra and Garrett Long with bonus track Stephanie J Block. 

Secondhand Lions on 

Download on Itunes, Mp3, Apple music, Spotify, Amazon and more. 


"An Evening with  Marvin Hamlisch" At The Kennedy Center Hosted by Michael Kerker 


The Whipping Man By Matthew LopezPaused Production Due to Covid.

"Cookies/Sailing" (Starts at 3min 30sec) at 54 Below

w/Malcom Gets from A NEW BRIAN

"Brother Can you Spare a Dime" 

w/Fred Barton and his Orchestra

Recently Finished Projects

Sweeney Todd

as Sweeney Todd

"Earley has that magical thing called stage presence, and at times, it was enough to see him caressing his shaving blade to get a feel for Todd’s unhinged, revenge-possessed mind."

Desert News


ASOLO Repertory Theater

"Kevin Earley stars alongside Ms. Cox as Jo Bouillon, Josephine Baker's band conductor and love interest."

The Secret Garden

Baltimore Center Stage/Cincinnati Playhouse

"Kevin Earley's emotionally-damaged Archibald Craven is mesmerizing."

Cincinnati Behind the Curtain
Center Stage Tickets

Guys and Dolls

"The ultra-smoothe Sky Masterson, suave Kevin Earley..."

Lancaster Online

Wait Unit Dark  

"Earley gives Mike and easy charm."

Lancaster Online


Emma, The Musical

as Mr. Knightley

"Colin Firth gets a run for his money as the ultimate Austen dream date from Kevin Earley, who gives Mr. Knightley just the right combination of sincerity and spice."

Santa Barbara Independent 
Now Playing at Ensemble theater in Santa Barbara

Chasing Rainbows 

Mr. Gumm (Judy Garlands Father) 


Broadway World: Mr. Earley, in particular boasts a powerful voice of his own, and shows it off during a series of numbers that illustrate well Mr. Gumm's love for his daughter, yet conflicted love life.

CTNOW: "Much of the first act concerns the starlet's father Frank Gumm, who's fighting his own battles for identity and self-worth. Kevin Earley hides a booming voice within an understated, vulnerable, slumped body. Earley's Frank is defined by his cheap suit, the loving smiles he bestows on his youngest daughter and the sensitive tone he brings to stirring numbers such as "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" and "You Made Me Love You." "

The Day: As Judy’s father, Kevin Earley makes the most of his multifaceted role. Frank Gumm is a dreamer, perpetually getting his family into dire straits. Earley’s Frank charms Judy (and the audience) with his gentle humor and playfulness. But Earley gets under Frank’s skin, too, finding the character’s inner turmoil, which I won’t reveal any more about here. His performance of the song “I’m Always Chasing Rainbows” is downright gut-wrenching.

The Westfield News: "Kevin Earley as Garland’s father, a troubled man who turns the song “Chasing Rainbows” into one of the show’s several tour de force moments."

Director of The Fantastics 

Webster Conservatory in St Louis.