Kim Grogg is an actress, singer, director, choreographer and teacher. She has worked on over 100 musical theatre productions over the past 28 years, including productions of Gypsy, Hello Dolly, Pippin, Annie, The Music Man, Show Boat, Oklahoma, Dames at Sea, Damn Yankees, Big River, State Fair, Fiddler on the Roof, The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music, Nunsense and Menopause, the Musical. Her favorite theatrical experience is a production of Wait ‘til You Get to Wabash that she directed and choreographed in her home town of Wabash, Indiana. Kim was the Drama Director at The Hewitt School in Manhattan from 1990 to 1998. There she taught drama and speech and directed all of the drama/musical productions. Kim is also a print model. In magazines you can find her representing Rider Jeans, Heinz ketchup, Liberty Mutual life insurance, Meridia, Januvia, Raptiva, Cimzia and many other pharmaceuticals. For the past seven years, Kim has been involved in NYC Cabaret. In 2011, Kim was nominated for a MAC Award for her show: Dusty Springfield, Stay Awhile-I Only Want to be With You and again in 2012 for her show: One Hit Wonder Woman. Kim’s career in the theatre began when her kindergarten teacher caught her skipping naptime and singing and dancing in front of the bathroom mirror. From there she went on to graduate from Indiana University with a degree in Theatre and Drama. She spent 10 years in Los Angeles and the past 24 years in New York City. She is a proud member of Actor’s Equity, SAG/AFTRA and, through her recent work in cabaret, serves on the Board of Directors for the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs. She is on the Board of Directors for the St. George Theater in Staten Island and the Wingspan Arts Advisory Board in Manhattan.