My Beloved: A Ted Bundy Musical, with book, music and lyrics by Clint Edwards premiered at The Green Room 42. The musical was presented in concert for two performances only.
As a result of his opening night performance as Ted Bundy, James T. Kelly is in negotiation for a recurring role on a major TV series.
The musical opera tells the story of serial killer Ted Bundy through the eyes of his long-time girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, and the lawman who relentlessly pursued him, Detective Robert Keppel. Starring James T. Kelly (HBO’s The Deuce and Netflix ‘Tales Of The City) as Ted Bundy
A fabulous Andrea Goss (Indecent and Cabaret) as Elizabeth Kloepfer
Daniel Dunlow (Finian’s Rainbow, Hello Again) channeled Javert in Les Miserables as Det. Keppel.
Musical Director was Brian J. Nash
Directed by Preston and Richard Ridge (BroadwayWorld).
Fun facts about James: His repertoire includes a variety of roles, in regional productions, including Conrad in Bye, Bye, Birdie and Javert in Les Misérables.
James was a recipient of the Ensign-Darling vocal fellowship at The Bushnell, Hartford, CT then studied vocal performance at McGill University and the American Institute for Musical Studies in Graz, Austria.
His provocative performance as a seductive soul trapped in eternity, in the one-man short film, ‘ Just James’ has played at various fantasy film festivals across the U.S. and Europe.
Over the past couple of years, James has been concentrating on television and film , auditioning on both coasts. Most recently, he co-starred as Terry opposite Maggie Gyllenhall on season 2 of HBO’s ‘The Deuce’ and starting on June 7th, he is on board in Netflix’s new reboot of Armistead Maupin’s ‘Tales Of The City’.
His controversial role of serial killer, Ted Bundy, in Clint Edwards’ new musical ‘ My Beloved’ : A Ted Bundy musical, is his New York City stage debut.