Romeo & Juliet at Commonwealth Shakespeare
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s Stage2 production of Romeo & Juliet, directed by Adam Sanders and assistant directed by Kimberly, had a great run at Babson College in late May and early June!
Kimberly is thrilled to announce that she will be joining the ji-utai (chorus) of Emily’s full production at Tara Arts in London this September 2019. Keep an eye out for forthcoming details!
Kimberly participated in two of Theatre Nohgaku’s Japan-based workshops. She first traveled to Fukuyama to work with shite-kata Oshima Kinue at the Oshima Noh Theatre for TN’s Kata Bootcamp. Over the course of the workshop, Kimberly practiced the building blocks of Noh performance.
Kimberly then made her way to Tokyo to train with members of Theatre Nohgaku and sensei from the Kita School of Noh in shimai, utai and kotsuzumi during TN’s Power Through Resistance Performance Workshop. The three week workshop ended with a happyokai recital performance on the Kita Noh Stage in Meguro. Kimberly performed the shimai, Miwa (Kuse), and played kotsuzumi to Atsumori (Kuse).
Chekhov Stories at Gloucester Stage
Next Tuesday July 23, Kimberly will take part in a one-night only staged reading performance of Chekhov Stories. The performance sources Anton Chekhov’s short stories, A Medical Case, The Betrothed and About Love. Kimberly will play Liza in A Medical Case, Nadya in The Betrothed and Anna Alexyevna in About Love. The cast includes many great actors from the Boston area and features Christopher Lyndon of NPR’s OpenSource.
For more information and to reserve your FREE tickets, please visit Gloucester Stage’s website HERE.
Kimberly is putting together projects for this fall and winter. She will announce a number of upcoming performances and events shortly!