April - May 2017




Kimberly is very excited to be a part of Classic Stage Company's upcoming production of Pacific Overtures directed by John Doyle!


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October 2017 - January 2018



Kimberly is overjoyed to be starring as Peggy Sawyer in Drury Lane Theatre's production of 42nd Street directed by Michael Heitzman and choreographed by Jared Grimes!


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See what the critics are saying:

​"Immanuel is a fresh-faced beauty with bedazzling footwork, a lovely voice, and astounding endurance."

- Hedy Weiss (Chicago Sun Times)

February - March 2018




Kimberly will be playing Avanelle in The Great Cat Massacre- a hilarious new musical written by Casey O'Neil and Greg Moss. The show is a part of the FRIGID New York Festival! 


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SEPTEMBER - October 2016




Kimberly is proud to announce that she will be in the ensemble of Kansas City Rep's production of Evita.


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July 2017




Kimberly is elated to be starring in City of Light: A New Musical directed by Cady Huffman! The show is a part of SheNYC Art's Women's Work Festival and will be playing at the Connelly Theater! 


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December 2016




Kimberly is thrilled to announce that she will be playing Princess Cosabella in The National Asian Artists Project's Discover: New Musicals 2016 reading of You Gave Me a Sheep.


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Kimberly is playing Pree in Maltby and Shire's new musical Waterfall at the 5th Avenue Theatre and the Pasadena Playhouse. 


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July - September 2018



Kimberly is thrilled to be playing Ellie Dunn in Heartbreak House at Theatre Row this fall with Gingold Theatrical Group!


The production will be directed by David Staller and stars Karen Ziemba, Alison Fraser, Tom Hewitt, Derek Smith, Raphael Nash Thompson, Jeff Hiller, and Lenny Wolpe. 


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June 2017




Kimberly will be playing Edith Bridgenorth in Shaw's Getting Married as a part of Gingold Theatre Group's Project Shaw! The reading is directed by David Staller, and features Mary Beth Peil. 


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October 2016 - March 2017




Kimberly is returning to The Fantasticks Off-Broadway as the standby for Luisa and The Mute!


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Kimberly Immanuel

Actor | Singer | Dancer 

Kimberly Immanuel

Actor | Singer | Dancer 

Kimberly is overjoyed to be taking on the role of Kathy Selden in Singin' in the Rain with McCoy Rigby Entertainment this spring! This production will be directed and choreographed by Spencer Liff. 


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See What The Critics Are Saying:

​"The true shining star of the production is Kimberly Immanuel. Taking the iconic Debbie Reynolds' role, Kathy Selden, Immanuel takes the show to new heights with a shine that will melt your heart and bring a smile to your face long after the show curtain has fallen. She has really made this role her own, bringing the audience to the edge of their seats and finally on their feet at the grand finale. From start to finish, you couldn't ask for a better Kathy, and there really is no comparison that could do her performance justice." 

- Maverick Bohn(SocialThrills)

March - April 2018



Kimberly is thrilled to announce that she will be revisiting the role of Luisa in The Fantasticks at Ivoryton Playhouse!


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See What The Critics Are Saying:

"A perfect and ravishing performance. Immanuel hits every note of youthful exuberance; tender fragility; archness; cruelty; and heartbreaking, hard-won wisdom. Her voice soars, and her dancing is delicately lovely"

- Brooks Appelbaum(The Shoreline Times)


october 2018 - January 2019



Kimberly will be playing Lila Dixon in Holiday Inn at the Marriott Theatre this winter! ​This production will be directed and choreographed by Denis Jones. 


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See What The Critics Are Saying:

"Immanuel's Lila has more heart and heat than her cinematic counterpart. 'I've always wanted to be normal - after I'm famous,' she tells Jim early on. It's a line that lands in Immanuel's delivery with refreshing and understandable honesty. Why shouldn't she want fame before the farm?"

- Kerry Reid(The Chicago Tribune)

June - July 2018



Kimberly is excited to be returning to The Ivoryton Playhouse to star as Sandy in their production of Grease this summer! 


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See What The Critics Are Saying: 

"Kimberly Immanuel's Sandy is neither one-note, flat-footed or cardboard cutout. Instead, Immanuel offers a grounded, free-spirited, three-dimensional portrait of a 1950's high schooler that is real, raw and unafraid to speak her mind regardless of the consequences. She is a force to be reckoned with."

​- James V. Ruocco