Kimberly Senior was nominated by Robert Falls, Artistic Director, the Goodman Theatre, who said of the director:
"For nearly two decades, Kimberly has been a fixture of the Chicago theater community, directing dozens of well-received productions in our city's storefront theaters. With both new and known work, her sense of dramaturgy is impeccable, and the specificity of her direction is impressive. Her ability to elicit strong, vibrant, detailed work from actors is simply extraordinary, and her work with designers is equally nuanced. She is poised, I think, to become one of our finest theater directors."
Kimberly Senior directed the Broadway premiere of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winning Disgraced, which she previously directed off-Broadway at LCT3. Her work has been seen all over the country, most frequently in Chicago where she lived and worked for the past twenty years. Senior is the Founder of Collaboraction, Resident Director at Writers Theatre, and Associate Artist at TimeLine Theatre Company. She has been nominated for several Joseph Jefferson Awards and Citations, was a finalist for both SDC's Zelda Fichandler and Joe A Callaway Awards and is the recipient of the 2010 Excellence in Teaching Award from Columbia College.
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