Flight recently closed at the Center for Performance Experiment in Columbia, SC!
Kimberly received positive reviews for her portrayal of female aviator Sophie. Cindi Boiter of the Jasper Project writes:
"Always in motion, Madeleine, played by Gabriela Castillo, and Sophie, played by Kimberly Gaughan, create strong supporting roles for one another as their characters are juxtaposed in disposition and delivery, with Gaughan as intensely restrained—think tempered drama just below the surface of her character’s personality—as Castillo is light and optimistic. These women require no sympathy, despite the unaccommodating culture in which they work and live. They are empowered by their own dignity and dedication to their science."
You can find the whole review HERE.
Kimberly also recently performed in Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, directed by Steven Pearson at the Center for Performance Experiment. Kimberly played her dream role of Nina to finish out her time at the University of South Carolina.
Kimberly will head to Japan this June to train in Noh theatre with Theatre Nohgaku and the Kita School. After her travels, she plans to move to the Boston area to start her professional career. More on that soon! Stay tuned!