Kim Bromley has a BA in Theater Arts and a MA in film production. She directed Sylvia, A Little Night Music, The Diary of Adam and Eve, Urinetown (Best Director nomination BATCC), The Last Five Years and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Novato Theater Company. She directed Next to Normal (Best Director nomination TBA) and Into the Woods (Best ensemble nomination BATCC) in co-productions with Theatre-at-Large and The Novato Theater Company. Both productions were re-mounted at Spreckels Performing Arts Center. Kim has directed The Boys Next Door and Old Money at Ross Valley Players as well as seven new works for RVP's RAW series. Her current directing project is The Miser at Curtain Theatre Company. Recent acting credits include: Laramie Project with Theatre-at-Large; A Month In the Country (Anna); You Can't Take it with You (Rheba) and Blithe Spirit (Mrs. Bradman) at RVP; Sightlines (Ruth) at Custom Made; and Gypsy (Miss Cratchitt); Sisters Rosensweig (Sara); The Fantasticks (The Mute) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat (Levi) at NTC. Kim is a playwright and pitch consultant for After August Entertainment, currently developing content for new media markets.