Artist Bio

Kimberly Senior

(Bio as of October 2022)

Kimberly Senior (Director) is a member of Goodman Theatre’s Artistic Collective where she has previously directed Support Group for MenDisgraced, and Rapture, Blister, Burn.  Select New York credits: Disgraced (Broadway); Bella Bella and The Niceties (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Who & The What and Disgraced (LCT3); Discord (Primary Stages); Engagements (Second Stage); Dan Rather’s Stories of a LifetimeMargaret Trudeau’s Certain Women of an Age, and Aasif Mandvi’s Sakina’s Restaurant (Audible). Select Chicago credits: Buried ChildThe SceneMarjorie PrimeDiary of Anne FrankHedda Gabler, and The Letters (Writers Theatre); Discord4000 Milesand The Whipping Man (Northlight Theatre); Want and The North Plan (Steppenwolf); InanaMy Name Is Asher LevAll My Sons, and Dolly West’s Kitchen (TimeLine Theatre); among others. Regional: Our Daughters, Like Pillars; Sweat and The Niceties (Huntington Theatre Company); Byhalia, MS (The Kennedy Center); The Niceties and Sex with Strangers (Geffen Playhouse); how to make an American son (Arizona Theatre Company); Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberly (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre); Other Than Honorable (Geva); Disgraced (Mark Taper Forum, Berkley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre); The Who & The What (La Jolla Playhouse); Little Gem (City Theatre); among othersFilm/TV: Chris Gethard: Career Suicide (HBO). Audio: The Wastelanders (Marvel/Apple/Sirius); Crowded Hours (Believe Entertainment/Audible); Ghostwriter (C13/Best Case). Kimberly was awarded the prestigious Alan Schneider Award at the 2016 TCG Conference. She is also a 2013 finalist for the SDCF Joe A. Callaway Award. She is the recipient of the 2016 Special Non-Equity Jeff Award for her Chicago career achievements as a trail blazer, champion and role model for emerging artists. Kimberly is the incredibly proud mother of Noah (16) and Delaney (14). She is a member of SDC.