About Kaylee

Raised in Vancouver, BC, Kaylee Harwood is an award-winning performer whose work across North America spans from Broadway to California to the Stratford and Shaw Festivals. Kaylee’s skills and interests lie in new play and musical development, classical voice and dance, yoga, gardening and solo travel.



Les Misérables

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

The Jazz Singer

West Side Story

The Light in the Piazza


Professional Summary

Kaylee’s appearance as Cosette in Les Misérables at the Arts Club won her the 2010 Sam Payne Award for Most Promising Newcomer at the Jessie Richardson Awards in Vancouver, where she revived the role in 2015. Kaylee has tread the boards at Radio City Music Hall, Broadway’s Neil Simon Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Canada’s Shaw and Stratford Festivals, Citadel Theatre and Rainbow Stage. Toronto appearances include world premieres at the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, Musical Stage Company and Theatre20, the latter of which featured her in the Dora-nominated Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare. Television credits include Reign (CW), Good Witch (Hallmark) and Workin’ Moms (CBC). She is featured in Canadian national commercials for Rogers™ Mastercard, Shreddies® Cereal and Ford® Focus.
As a teacher, Kaylee has worked as a private coach and instructor (Trinity Western University, Stratford Festival). Kaylee’s choreography work includes several productions at her alma mater, Trinity Western University, and her dance captain experience spans many productions since 2007. Kaylee has been involved in numerous readings and workshops at the Shaw Festival and in Toronto.

Kaylee has trained with Action Theatre Berlin (Germany), various voice, movement and Alexander Technique instructors at the Shaw and Stratford Festivals, world-renowned voice teachers at Canada’s National Voice Intensive in Vancouver and Fitzmaurice Voice Technique, in addition to her degree in Theatre from Trinity Western University and her extensive yoga practice.

“This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being thoroughly worn out before you are thrown on the scrap heap; the being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.”

-George Bernard Shaw

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