Kaylila is passionate about creating and collaborating on art that celebrates the diversity of humanity, provides a voice for minority artists, and addresses our most pressing social issues."

Kaylila caught the theatre bug at an early age and hasn't stopped performing since!  A native of Meridian, Mississippi, Kaylila grew up involved in the theatre, film, and commercial industry of the South. 

Currently residing in Oklahoma City, Kaylila is earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting with a Minor in Directing from Oklahoma City University, graduating in November 2020.

In addition to acting, Kaylila serves and the Co-Founder & Director of Common Stage Theatre Lab, devising new works and reimagining theatre from a progressive, socially-driven perspective. 

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Returning to Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Kaylila is joining the cast of Lyric's A Christmas Carol as they present an outdoor, socially distant, immersive holiday experience, portraying the role of Belle. November-December 2020. 

 

Kaylila is performing in Oklahoma City University School of Theatre's MainStage production of Woe Is Me, portraying Andromache of The Trojan Women. September 2020.

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Kaylila will be joining the cast of Oklahoma City University School of Theatre's MainStage production of The Laramie Project. Performing the Barbara track, Kaylila will be portraying the roles of April Silva, Barbara Pitts, Catherine Connolly, Zubaida Ula, Newsperson 4, Juror, Lucy Thompson, and Foreperson. February 2020. 

 

Returning to Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre, Kaylila will be understudying the role of Emmy in A Doll's House, Part 2. November 2019.

 

Kaylila is joining the cast of Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma's political drama Frost/Nixon in the role of Evonne Goolagong. September 2019.

 

Making her international debut, Kaylila will participate in the world premiere of Clowns, Lovers, and Women in Pants at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. In addition to performing the roles of Rosalind, Antipholus, and Hamlet, Kaylila is helping create the piece as a co-writer and the Assistant Director. August 2019. 

 

Kaylila is excited to return to Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre as No. 40 et al (u/s), Movement Captain, Assistant Movement Director, and Assistant Director in the regional-professional premiere of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. April 2019.

Broadway World Casting Announcement

Broadway World Article

OK Art Scene and Hurd Review

The Oklahoman Review

 

Kaylila is returning to River City in Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre's production of The Music Man in Concert as a member of the ensemble. September 2018.​

The Music Man in Concert received 5 Broadway World Oklahoma Awards, including Best Ensemble and Best Musical in an Equity category.

 

Kaylila is joining the company of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Summer Stock Austin in Austin, TX, as Renee. August 2018. 

Broadway World Review

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels received multiple nominations from Broadway World Austin Awards.

 

Kaylila is performing the role of Maud Dunlop in The Music Man at Summer Stock Austin in Austin, TX. July 2018. 

Broadway World Review

Kaylila received an Outstanding Ensemble Performance nomination from the B. Iden Payne Awards Council.

The Music Man received multiple nominations from Broadway World Austin Awards.

 

Kaylila is performing in Guys and Dolls at the Repertory Company Theatre in Dallas, TX, as a Hot Box Girl. June 2018.

Guys and Dolls received multiple nominations from Broadway World Dallas Awards.

 

Kaylila is performing various roles in Anna Devere Smith's Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts. This production is presented in collaboration with Oklahoma City University's School of Theatre. December 2017.

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The Laramie Project

Oklahoma City University School of Theatre