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"... strong, funny, poignant and sweet... worth building a show around."
-- Heather McAllister, nytheatre.com
"Her work on stage is intelligent, finely-tuned, and big-hearted. "
-- Molly Smith Metzler
"Kim Krane's tremendous turn [...} is worth the price of admission alone. "
-- Elizabeth Clark, Kalamazoo Gazette
"... endearing and quirky charm..."
-- Bob Ableman, The News-Herald
"... a deadpan treat ... "
--Christine Howey, Rave and Pan
Kim Krane is a New York based actress with her MFA from the Case Western Reserve/Cleveland Play House Acting Program
-- Kim will playing Hero/Verges in Much Ado About Nothing with New York Shakespeare Exchange at Urban Stages, February 17-March 5, tickets available at www.nysx.org
-- Continues to work as an associate producer for New York Shakespeare Exchange's ShakesBEER company, whom she continues to direct and act with as well. For more information visit their website
-- Filmed Sonnet 110 as part of New York Shakespeare Exchanges's The Sonnet Project. The Sonnet Project was awarded a Special Commendation from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon, England for embracing their ideals and goals.
-- Performed as Mirabelle in a workshop reading of The Rape of Lucrece by Kevin Brewer with NYSX.
-- Traveled to Cleveland to perform in the Cleveland Play House's Centennial Celebration!
-- Shot a short written and directed by Liz Bachman called An Overly Honest Bartender, please watch it here.
-- Performed on Theatre Row with Athena Writes with Athena Theatre
-- Directed Morning a short play by Kenzie Ross at the New York New Work Theatre Festival. Morning was accepted into semi-finals
-- Peformed numerous times with Amios Theatre Co.'s SHOTZ, their monthly pressure cooker at the Kraine Theatre
-- Appeared as Karin in the NY Premiere of Mastodon's production of Die Kleinen written by Molly Haas-Hooven
For information on Kim's production company MASTODON visit their website at www.mastodoncompany.com