Currently based in Southern California (Los Angeles County), Ohio-born actor and singer Kim Schroeder Long has gained notice for both her dramatic and vocal talents, which have been showcased on stages and in cabaret rooms and concerts throughout the United States. Her work has included several national and world premieres, as well as groundbreaking immersive, experiential theatre. Most recently, she traveled to Covington, Kentucky to bring Judy Garland to life in The Carnegie Theatre’s dazzling outdoor Ohio riverfront production of Peter Quilter’s End of the Rainbow, giving an acclaimed performance lauded for its power, authenticity and nuance. Over the past several years, she’s received particular accolades for her portrayals of Rosemary Clooney in multiple regional productions of the bio-musical Tenderly, and her voice is featured on the studio demo cast recording available for sampling at Theatrical Rights Worldwide.
A storyteller through and through, Kim also spent over a decade working in various professional capacities in the visual arts, from graphic design to illustration to photography, achieving international recognition for her award-winning lifestyle and wedding photojournalism, which was featured in numerous publications over the years.