Artist Bios

Kimberly Ann McCann

Kimberly Ann McCann

(Bio as of September 2018)

Kimberly Ann McCann is in her fifth season with Goodman Theatre, having most recently worked on Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years. Chicago credits include The Book of Will, Miss Bennet and You Can’t Take It With You at NorthlightTheatre and Million Dollar Quartet. Broadway credits include Curtains. Off-Broadway creditsinclude Bill W. and Dr. Bob, How to Save the World and John Ferguson. Regional credits include work with Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Skylight Music Theatre, Tuacahn Center of the Arts and the Juilliard School.

With Goodman Theatre

  • Feathers and Teeth Feathers and Teeth
    All New Fall (New Stages 2014)
    Play by Charise Castro Smith
    Directed by Henry Godinez
  • Sidney Brustein's Sidney Brustein's
    1516 Season
    Play by Lorraine Hansberry
    Directed by Anne Kauffman
  • Wonderful Town Wonderful Town
    1617 Season
    Play by
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman
  • Gloria Gloria
    1617 Season
    Play by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
    Directed by Evan Cabnet
  • A View from the Bridge A View from the Bridge
    1718 Season
    Play by Arthur Miller
    Directed by Ivo van Hove
  • Having Our Say Having Our Say
    1718 Season
    Play by Emily Mann, Adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Blind Date Blind Date
    1718 Season
    Play by Rogelio Martinez
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time We're Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time
    1819 Season
    Play by David Cale
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • How to Catch Creation How to Catch Creation
    1819 Season
    Play by Christina Anderson
    Directed by Niegel Smith
  • The Winter's Tale The Winter's Tale
    1819 Season
    Play by William Shakespeare
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • The Music Man The Music Man
    1819 Season
    Play by Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson; Based on a Story by Willson and Franklin Lacey
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman