OK, let’s be really clear here: Kim is our guru.
Even after all these years as students and acolytes of Kim, we remain in awe of her preparation, fearlessness, erudition, and grace. You will not meet another professional so gifted in the art of constructive feedback. If you’re quaking in your boots at the prospect of public speaking; if you’re struggling to mine the hidden truths in your story; if you’re looking to hone your most authentic voice, then entrust your words to Kim. She will hand you back diamonds.
Our Favorite Kim Performance?
Don’t make us pick. Kim’s role as God’s psychiatrist in Oh God? Kim dying a dozen Shakespearean deaths in 30 seconds flat as a washed-up Victorian diva? Her uber-calculating Senator Kitty Finch-Gibbon in Mosaic’s Vicuña? Or maybe her wrenching Linda Lohman in Ford’s Theatre’s Death of a Salesman. Our favorite behind-the-scenes performance? Every coaching session of Kim’s we’ve ever had the pleasure to observe.
Kim’s Goal For You
To face down your fears; to amplify your most resolute voice; to deliver storytelling that is a ‘kairos’ moment — the arrow flying sharp and fast and landing dead on target.
The Fine Print About Kim
Actor and teacher in Washington’s professional theater community for over 25 years, performing at Studio, Theater J, Ford’s, Woolly Mammoth, Arena Stage, Round House, Mosaic, Everyman, Olney, Signature, and more. Trained in the classics at St. John’s College, Kim has taught literature and theater at Parkmont School, Theatre Lab, American University and Georgetown University. She has narrated over 600 books on tape, and coached notable authors and political figures in narrating the audio versions of their books.