Ohio-born actor and singer Kim Schroeder Long has appeared on stages and in cabaret rooms and concerts throughout the United States, gaining notice for her work with various Cincinnati theatre companies before relocating to the West Coast in 2014, where her continuing dramatic and musical adventures have included several national and world premieres, as well as groundbreaking immersive, experiential theatre. 

She’s received particular accolades for her portrayals of Rosemary Clooney in various regional productions of the bio-musical Tenderly, and her voice is featured on that studio demo cast recording with Michael Marotta.

She was set to star as Judy Garland in End of the Rainbow at The Carnegie Theatre in Covington, Kentucky, before the coronavirus pandemic suspended the show right before it opened, sending Kim and her alter ego back to California to shelter in place until the production is able to be safely remounted (rescheduled dates are pending).

A storyteller through and through, Kim is also an accomplished photographer who achieved international recognition for her award-winning lifestyle and wedding photojournalism, and whose work was featured in numerous publications over the years.