Author: Kim

San Francisco Bay Area actress and singer

Now Playing: End of the Rainbow

After a long, heart-wrenching pandemic production hiatus, I am thrilled to join The Carnegie Theatre in bringing to audiences, at last, Peter Quilter’s End of the Rainbow, the dramatic, sometimes hilarious, and deeply poignant portrait of the last year of Judy Garland’s life, live concerts, and complex relationships with two of the men in her…

Getting My Garland On (Take 2)

It’s been my great fortune to have had several amazing opportunities over the years to portray some legendary female entertainers on stage, from Rosemary Clooney to Bette Davis, and almost Patsy Cline (in a production that, due to unfortunate circumstances that did not involve me, was canceled just before opening). Now, I am thrilled to…

The World Where Roses Bloom

This Sunday, I’m headed back (virtually) to San Francisco for an evening of song with a host of Bay Area talent including Leslie Ivy, Shay Ogelsby-Smith, and master of ceremonies Clay David. Come join us at the VRTL CafĂ©, honoring women visionaries at this month’s free online cabaret with “The World Where Roses Bloom” at 5:00 PM…

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays

I’m honored to be part of the brilliant talent collaborative, including Damion Clark, Roshni Datta, Tim Holt Jones, Justin Lopez, Cynthia Roberts, director Timothy Beagley, artistic director Katina Letheule, and technical specialist Simon Liu, bringing you Altarena Playhouse’s free live streaming event, Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, Thursday, February 25th, and Friday, February 26th at 7pm…

Sheltering in Place With Judy

As most of you know by now, the fearsome global pandemic that is COVID-19 brought The Carnegie’s production of End of the Rainbow to a halt just as we were going into tech, and I was immediately flown directly back to safely sequester myself with my family in California (well, part of my family… another part…