2014 GUEST ARTIST

 



Kim Gambino


Kim Gambino

Kim Gambino studied acting at Performing Arts High School and Purchase College. She has worked with The Talking Band in The Peripherals directed by Ken Rus Schmoll (Dixon Place), Delicious Rivers by Ellen Maddow, Imminence by Paul Zimet (La Mama e.t.c.) and The Parrot (The Flea Theatre) to name a few. Kim's work with playwright Ruth Margraff and director Tim Maner include Night Vision with composer Fred Ho (HERE), Cry Pitch Carrolls, The Elektra Fugues, Vinyl Pressings and The Centaur Battle of San Jacinto (Dixon Place).  Intensive work with Puppeteer Ralph Lee and the Mettawee Theatre Company includes The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Brecht and Peace by Aristophanes (St.John's Cathedral, Lincoln Center). Other theater credits include Modjeska Dispatch by Sibyl Kempson (GPTC, The Gershwin Hotel), Still by David Neumann (PS 122), Hair (European Tour), The Starvation of Ruby Nellis directed by Tony Phelan (Sanford Meisner Theatre), Singing in the Womb of Angels by Carl Hancock Rux (Playwright's Horizons), Bug directed by Susan Clement-Toberer (Bluebarn Theatre). Film: Laws of Gravity, When It’s Over, The Saltimbanques, TV: Officer Larson on Law and Order.