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Kelli Rabke is a vocalist best known for her performances on Broadway in Les Misérables (Eponine) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator). Originally from West Orange, NJ, Kelli's breakout role was playing Dorothy in Paper Mill's highly acclaimed The Wizard of Oz. She later returned to Paper Mill for another career milestone—playing Yonah in Children of Eden. On television, Kelli played the recurring role of Bernadette on The Young and the Restless and can be seen in countless commercials. After taking time away from show business to start a family, Kelli returned to the stage with No Place Like Home, her cabaret debut. Following multiple sold out performances at 54 Below, she now selectively travels the world performing cabarets and concerts. For more information, visit 


No Place Like Home

After a sold-out NYC cabaret debut at 54 Below, Kelli Rabke returns with No Place Like Home -- a dynamic show that focuses on the songs and roles that have shaped her career thus far. Her showbiz story is a true fairytale -- from her breakout as Dorothy in Paper Mill's The Wizard of Oz, to Andrew Lloyd Webber choosing her to star in the revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat -- and her cabaret debut reveals the stories behind the story. Kelli went on to play Eponine in Les Misérables on Broadway and originate the song "Stranger to the Rain" in the premiere of Children of Eden.

Weaving together beloved songs from the worlds of musical theatre and pop, Kelli travels from Broadway star to mom and back again—proving there really is no place like home.