Coming Attractions: A Blonde and a Redhead Walk Into a Bar

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Mark your calendars for January 30th, when I join the ever-talented Manda Krusee in A Blonde & A Redhead Walk Into A Bar at Society Cabaret in downtown San Francisco’s Hotel Rex.

Join us for an evening of sweet and sour chansons for the ages, served straight up (and often with a twist). Excellent cocktails and food from The Library Bar will also be available throughout the performance, with no minimums.

Tickets are on sale now at Society Cabaret, and you can join the Facebook Event here. Hope to see you there!

Coming Attractions: Lady Sings the Blues

12036937_10153001726156394_6142977310650227216_nOn Sunday, November 15, 2015, I’m honored to be taking the stage of Marines’ Memorial Theatre in San Francisco once again, joining some amazing singers in the latest musical extravaganza from producer-director John Bisceglie and vocal director Robert Michael Moreno. The Lady Sings the Blues pays tribute to legendary women of jazz and blues like Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Della Reese, Etta James, Dinah Washington, Anita O’Day, Lena Horne and more. Tickets are on sale now!

Now Playing: Eat the Runt

eattherunt_facebookTBA2-850x315Critics and audiences agree: Altarena Playhouse’s Eat the Runt is a hit! A TBA Editor’s Pick before it even opened and now an official TBA Recommended Production, Eat the Runt has been receiving glowing reviews, was recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Pink Pages, and is continuing to sell out houses. Don’t miss your chance to play casting director and witness the hilarity- get your tickets now!

More Accolades for ‘Streetcar’

Kirk Sheppard, who had some wonderful things to say in his review of A Streetcar Named Desire last fall, has recently posted his annual “Sappie Awards” blog feature, in which he delivers his recap of the 2014-15 Cincinnati theatre season, including plenty of praise for Streetcar. Cincinnati Enquirer critic David Lyman had opined that it was “hard to imagine that when the end of the season rolls that this production won’t be firmly ensconced on the best-productions list.” The Sappie Critic seems to concur!

Coming Attractions: Eat the Runt

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This summer, Kim is thrilled to be part of an ambitious and exciting production at Altarena Playhouse in Avery Crozier’s Eat the Runt, aptly described as a “biting take on office politics and the art of the job interview” in which all of the actors are prepared to play any of the (gender-neutral) roles and the audience casts the show just minutes before each performance.

Under the direction of Tim Beagley, and featuring a diverse cast of some of the Bay Area’s most hilarious comedic talent, it’s bound to be an experience like no other, and never the same show twice. Running August 14 – September 13, tickets are on sale now!

Note: Each actor has certain show dates off, which are listed below the ticket information for reference. Kim will not be performing August 23rd.