Kimberly Moy

Kimberly Moy Kimberly is a marketing professional originally from Seaford, New York. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations from Boston University. In 2009, Kimberly moved to Orlando to pursue her dreams of becoming a Shamu trainer, but ended up working at another theme park instead. In her spare time, Kimberly is a regional editor for BroadwayWorld Orlando. When she's not working, she spends time with her boxer-pitbull mix, Colby.


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BWW Review: An Alluring Journey with ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA at Orlando ShakesBWW Review: An Alluring Journey with ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA at Orlando Shakes
Posted: Apr. 4, 2017


BWW Review: Signalling Old School Batman with UCF's Flying Horse Big BandBWW Review: Signalling Old School Batman with UCF's Flying Horse Big Band
Posted: Apr. 16, 2017


BWW Review: Laura Hodos takes on Shakespeare at UCF Celebrates the ArtsBWW Review: Laura Hodos takes on Shakespeare at UCF Celebrates the Arts
Posted: Apr. 11, 2017


BWW Feature: World Premiere of [MISS] by Playwrights' Round TableBWW Feature: World Premiere of [MISS] by Playwrights' Round Table
Posted: Apr. 24, 2017


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BWW Feature: An Inside Look at Dr. Phillips Center's School of the Arts' Master ClassBWW Feature: An Inside Look at Dr. Phillips Master Classes
Posted: May. 12, 2016


BWW Interview: From Oz to Oz, An Interview with WICKED Tour's Isabel KeatingBWW Interview: WICKED's Madame Morrible - Isabel Keating
Posted: Jan. 10, 2017


BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Defines Morals at Alexis & Jim Pugh TheaterBWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Defines Morals at Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater
Posted: Jun. 22, 2016


BWW Review: Taking an ELIXIR OF LOVE with Orlando PhilharmonicBWW Review: Orlando Philharmonic's ELIXIR OF LOVE
Posted: Feb. 6, 2017


BWW Feature: Dancing Full Circle with Alexandra Pernice of AN AMERICAN IN PARISBWW Feature: Alexandra Pernice in AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Posted: Dec. 12, 2016


BWW Feature: World Premiere of [MISS] by Playwrights' Round TableBWW Feature: World Premiere of [MISS] by Playwrights' Round Table
April 24, 2017

Sometimes doing what is right is hard. Being a woman in a man's world is also hard. [MISS} explores the challenges faced by one of the first woman FDA researchers Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey. This play by W.L. Newkirk is a world premiere by Playwrights' Round Table and promises to be one of the most talked about plays of the season.

BWW Review: Signalling Old School Batman with UCF's Flying Horse Big BandBWW Review: Signalling Old School Batman with UCF's Flying Horse Big Band
April 16, 2017

Did you know that UCF has their own big band jazz program called The Flying Horse Band? Neither did I. The Flying Horse Band lead by professor Jeff Rupert, performs nationally and has their own record label. On Friday, The Flying Horse Band along with students from UCF's acting program presented THE BAT SWINGS, which was a jazz tribute to the 1960s favorite superhero, Batman.

BWW Review: Laura Hodos takes on Shakespeare at UCF Celebrates the ArtsBWW Review: Laura Hodos takes on Shakespeare at UCF Celebrates the Arts
April 11, 2017

There is no doubt that Shakespeare's influence on theater is pervasive. No one in Orlando does Shakespeare better than Orlando Shakespeare Theater. Now combine that with the talent and resources of UCF and you get THE BARD TAKES BROADWAY. As part of UCF Celebrates the Arts, this one-night show featured songstress Laura Hodos, accompanied by UCF professor Brian Hoffman, and produced by Orlando Shakes' Jim Helsinger.

BWW Review: An Alluring Journey with ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA at Orlando ShakesBWW Review: An Alluring Journey with ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA at Orlando Shakes
April 4, 2017

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA is one of those mandatory high school reading Shakespeare classics that never gets old. Though it is a tragedy, Orlando Shakes production is glamorous, entertaining and extremely palatable. Casting, costumes, and classic story come together to make ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA the crown jewel of the season.

BWW Review: Going Through MID-LIFE! The Crisis Musical at Winter Park PlayhouseBWW Review: Going Through MID-LIFE! The Crisis Musical at Winter Park Playhouse
March 14, 2017

No one looks forward to their mid-life crisis. Known as the time when men buy expensive sports cars and women go through the dreaded menopause. Mid-life is certainly not glamorous. So if you can't beat it, turn it into a laugh out loud musical. Winter Park Playhouse presents MID-LIFE! THE CRISIS MUSICAL, which pokes fun at all things relating to this strange time.

BWW Interview: Peeling back Tentacles with THE LITTLE MERMAID's Jennifer AllenBWW Interview: Peeling back Tentacles with THE LITTLE MERMAID's Jennifer Allen
March 6, 2017

This week Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID sails into the Dr. Phillips Center as The 5th Avenue Theatre, based out of Seattle, brings the show to life. I had a chance to chat with Jennifer Allen who plays the best Disney villain, Ursula.

BWW Review: Finding Laughs at LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST at Orlando ShakesBWW Review: Finding Laughs at LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST at Orlando Shakes
February 27, 2017

Research tells us that LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST could be Shakespeare's first comedies. It is also a Shakespearean comedy that stands the test of time with a plot that could be in any modern day romantic comedy film. While the verse is long winded, the plot is easy to follow and provides great belly laughs that are worth sticking through.

BWW Interview: Donald Rupe on Directing A FEW GOOD MENBWW Interview: Donald Rupe on Directing A FEW GOOD MEN
February 21, 2017

The play, A FEW GOOD MEN, preceded the film, but bubbled up in popular culture with the line, "You can't handle the truth." BroadwayWorld Orlando chatted with Director Donald Rupe to get some perspective about bringing this play to life.

BWW Review: Figuring out why all the D'Ysquiths are dying in GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE at Dr. Phillips CenterBWW Review: Figuring out why all the D'Ysquiths are dying in GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE at Dr. Phillips Center
February 8, 2017

With a title like A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, you could expect a darkly toned show like SWEENEY TODD. Or perhaps something sexy like CHICAGO; or even something historic like ASSASSINS. While murder musicals have been done, you probably haven't seen something quite like this.

BWW Interview: A Moment with Rollins Student Director Kathleen Capdesu˝er on CONSTELLATIONS
February 6, 2017

Last year BroadwayWorld Orlando interviewed Rollins student Kathleen Capdesuer when she directed DETROIT. This year Kathleen directed CONSTELLATIONS as her final piece before graduation. I had a chance to catch up with Kathleen to talk about the show.

BWW Feature: Kim's adventure to Food Truck Friday - Broadway EditionBWW Feature: Kim's adventure to Food Truck Friday - Broadway Edition
February 6, 2017

Food is my favorite thing. Theater is my second favorite thing. Combine those together and it's a sure way to ensure I will appear. Thursday's FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando 2017 - 2018 season announcement was met with a lot of excitement. Unlike year's past, there was no formal event to announce the new season. (I pulled my car over on I-4 by Disney to read the press release.)

BWW Review: Taking an ELIXIR OF LOVE with Orlando PhilharmonicBWW Review: Taking an ELIXIR OF LOVE with Orlando Philharmonic
February 6, 2017

Just in time for the dreaded Valentine's Day is Orlando Philharmonic's Opera program ELIXIR OF LOVE. This was my first trip to see Orlando Philharmonic and Opera Orlando. I was not disappointed and glad I found this local gem.

BWW Review: Visiting Jersey with THE TOXIC AVENGERBWW Review: Visiting Jersey with THE TOXIC AVENGER
January 24, 2017

Fridays are normally my bad movie night. I traded bad movie night in for bad musical night. (Not that THE TOXIC AVENGER was executed poorly.) I found it thoroughly enjoyable and well casted. This show doesn't take itself seriously and that made this bad movie into a bad musical totally work. I can see why THE TOXIC AVENGER has a cultish following. The plot plus rock music by Bon Jovi's David Bryan makes for a night of laughs and good music.

BWW Review: History Comes Alive in BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE with Ray FlyntBWW Review: History Comes Alive in BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE with Ray Flynt
January 13, 2017

Benjamin Franklin: one of America's Founding Fathers and man on the $100 bill comes to life in Ray Flynt's BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE. Known as a philosopher, inventor, signer of the Declaration of Independence and the guy with the kite and key in thunderstorm, Ben Franklin is the stuff of legend, but a real person nonetheless. Ray Flynt takes on the iconic figure in the one-man-show, which he wrote, directs and performs.

BWW Interview: From Oz to Oz, An Interview with WICKED Tour's Isabel KeatingBWW Interview: From Oz to Oz, An Interview with WICKED Tour's Isabel Keating
January 10, 2017

WICKED is flying into Orlando this week and those familiar with the story know that it's a story about friendship, acceptance, and connection. I had the opportunity to chat with Drama Desk winner and Tony Award nominee Isabel Keating, who is currently playing Madame Morrible on the WICKED tour. From the moment we began talking, I felt a radiating kinship that made me think twice about Madame Morrible as the 'bad guy' of the show.

BWW Review: Falling in Love with AN AMERICAN IN PARIS at the Dr. Phillips CenterBWW Review: Falling in Love with AN AMERICAN IN PARIS at the Dr. Phillips Center
December 15, 2016

Paris is the city of love and this allure draws people to find themselves surrounded by art, light, and human connection. Set to the music of George and Ira Gershwin, the music of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS are instantly recognizable, but come with a twist in interpretation. AN AMERICAN IN PARIS harks back to the Golden Age of Broadway with archetypal characters, upbeat melodies, and long dance pieces.

BWW Feature: Dancing Full Circle with Alexandra Pernice of AN AMERICAN IN PARISBWW Feature: Dancing Full Circle with Alexandra Pernice of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
December 12, 2016

At some point in life you've probably pondered a career in the performing arts. For some that dream dies early, but for others they can turn their talent into a career. Orlando local Alexandra Pernice spent some time growing up here and learning how to be a professional performer. She now returns to Orlando with the national tour of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS this week.

BWW Review: Pass the Eggnog and Settle in for EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD at Orlando ShakesBWW Review: Pass the Eggnog and Settle in for EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD at Orlando Shakes
December 5, 2016

Let's face it there are a lot of Christmas stories out there. From the moment Thanksgiving is over, the holiday movies begin to play non-stop and people begin blasting Christmas music. For theaters around the world Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL is that holiday staple sure to bring in audiences of all ages. EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD takes that idea and turns it on its head.

BWW Review: Exploring the Parallels of AMERICAN BUFFALO at Theater on the EdgeBWW Review: Exploring the Parallels of AMERICAN BUFFALO at Theater on the Edge
November 21, 2016

Capitalism is encapsulated in Theater on the Edge's portrayal of AMERICAN BUFFALO. Written by David Mamet, AMERICAN BUFFALO sits among the best modern American plays. While the play is a microscopic look into the lives of three men just trying to make a buck, it draws parallels to the underlying greed of corporate America. Theater on the Edge gives a raw, raucous, and honest production that would make Mamet proud.

BWW Review: Attending A MARVELOUS PARTY at Winter Park PlayhouseBWW Review: Attending A MARVELOUS PARTY at Winter Park Playhouse
November 14, 2016

The Winter Park Playhouse brings to life the musings and music of English playwright, composer, master-of-all-things theater Noel Coward. As a playwright, many of Coward's works still make their way into modern theater repertoire including BLITHE SPIRIT, PRIVATE LIVES and many more. A MARVELOUS PARTY is a light show that strings together songs and anecdotes written by Coward. Though slightly high-brow, I like to think of his work as observational satire and a peek into the life of a successful theater genius.



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