NYC ACTOR, SINGER, DANCER
Hi, I'm Kimberly!
I grew up on Long Island, and fell in love with storytelling at a very young age. I went on to study drama at NYU Tisch’s New Studio on Broadway.
I am very passionate about making art that motivates change and challenges audiences to reflect on the world we live in today. I'm so thrilled to announce that I'll be making my Broadway debut this summer as a swing in the Original Broadway Cast of Back to the Future: The Musical! Some of my favorite credits include Nessarose on the National Tour of Wicked, the dance captain, swing, and understudy for Eurydice and Fates 1 & 2 on the First National Tour of Hadestown, Peggy Sawyer in the freshly updated revival of 42nd Street at The Ordway and Drury Lane Theatre (BWW Dancer of the Decade Award), Lila in Holiday Inn at The Marriott Theatre, Pree in Waterfall at The 5th Avenue Theatre and Pasadena Playhouse, and Kathy in Singin’ in the Rain at La Mirada Theatre (Ovation Award Nomination). I was also on the National Tour of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, and Off-Broadway, I was the Luisa/Mute cover in The Fantasticks, the Tamate/Madam cover in John Doyle’s production of Pacific Overtures, and Ellie Dunn in Heartbreak House.
The true shining star of the production is Kimberly Immanuel. Taking on 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.
Sprightly Kimberly Immanuel is a source of a radiant light that glows whenever she is in the spotlight...When Kimberly deftly slips from her wedge sandals to her tap shoes and punctuates her solo "Learn Your Lessons Well", the audience erupts in applause with good reason. This is an incredible display of talent, and they are the beneficiaries of the experience.
– Main Street Magazine