Tickets to "Not Quite Love in Sioux Falls in a Time of Coronavirus" by Donna Kathryn Kelly are donation based - pay what you can! Ticket holders will receive a link to watch the show the morning of February 4th 

Author Bio

Donna Kathryn Kelly studied dramatic technique and playwriting at Florida State
University where she holds a degree in English (Creative Writing) and Political Science.
Her poetry has appeared in various literary journals, including, Pasque Petals, North
Dakota Quarterly, and Oakwood. Her poem, Assumpsit, was selected as the First
Place Entry in the South Dakota State Poetry Society’s 2018 Annual Poetry Contest
(Portrait Category).
Kelly is an attorney, who devoted the first decade of her legal career to indigent
criminal defense work, seven years of which she served as an assistant appellate
defender in the Office of the State Appellate Defender, Third Judicial District of Illinois.
Subsequently, Kelly was a felony prosecutor at the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s
Office in northern Illinois where she worked for many years, and, ultimately rose to the
position of First Assistant State’s Attorney, in charge of the Civil and Criminal Divisions.


Kelly is the author of a self-published legal thriller, Cop Eyes, concerning a public
defender whose police officer husband is murdered in the line of duty. Kelly is presently
working on a number of literary projects, including a novel that takes place in Sioux
Falls. She is also writing a dramedy script concerning local government that takes
place in a fictional midwestern county. While Kelly presently lives in Illinois, she had
resided in downtown Sioux Falls for the past several years, and she is much
appreciative of the emphasis on the arts and local history in the Sioux Falls community.
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