Kimberley Rampersad

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Kimberley Rampersad is an award winning actor, director, and choreographer.

Choreography

National Tours

Hairspray (Associate Choreographer, NETWorks)

Regional Choreography Credits

Passing Strange (Musical Stage Co.), Bittergirl: the Musical (RMTC), Seussical (Young People's Theatre), James & the Giant Peach (MTYP), Annie, Miss Saigon, Mary Poppins (Rainbow Stage), Bloodless (White Rabbit Productions)

Acting

Regional Acting Credits

The Jungle Book, Rich, Seussical (MTYP), Cabaret, The Penelopiad, Grumpy Old Men: The Musical, White Christmas, Guys & Dolls, Lady Be Good! (RMTC), Mary Poppins, Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story, Cats, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, The Sound of Music, Grease, Smoky Joe's Cafe, Chicago, Footloose, Fame, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street (Rainbow Stage), The Full Monty (Theatre Aquarius), The Three Munschketeers (PTE), Guys & Dolls, Sweet Charity (Drayton Entertainment), Calendar Girls (Mirvish/RMTC), Company, Into the Woods (Dry Cold), Legends, Dreamgirls (The Grand Theatre), Dreamgirls (RMTC-Theatre Aquarius), Oliver (Citadel), Funny Girl (Winnipeg Jewish Theatre)

Festivals

Stratford Festival

Crazy for You, Man of La Mancha, Antigonick

Shaw Festival

Sweet Charity, Pygmalion, Rococo

Directing

Regional Directing Credits

Closer Than Ever (Dry Cold Productions)

Assistant Directing

It's a Wonderful Life (RMTC)

Training

Kimberley is a 1990 graduate of the University of Manitoba.

Awards, Nominations, Honours

Kimberley was a recipient of the Guthrie Award (Stratford Festival), an Artist in Residence at Rainbow Stage (2013), a recipient of the Jean Murray-Moray Sinclair Apprenticeship (RMTC), a participant in the Mentor-Apprentice Program (Obsidian Theatre), and a recipient of the Maud Whitmore Scholarship (Charlottetown Festival).

She was also the recipient of the 2017 Gina Wilkinson Prize for an Emerging Female Director, honouring emerging directors who are transitioning from other disciplines.

Personal

Kimberley was raised in North Kildonan, in Winnipeg.