Kimberly Marable

In This Episode

We’re livin’ it up on top with this week’s guest: Kimberly Marable!

Kimberly is leading the North American tour of Hadestown as Persephone. She’s an original Broadway cast member of the Tony Award-winning musical.

Beyond Hadestown, Kimberly’s been on Broadway in The Lion King and Sister Act!

To watch Kimberly sing, “Our Lady of the Underground” and “We Raise Our Cups,” as well as the hilarious SHO & Tell: The bwaySHO Podcast BPN Launch Party, head over to bwaySHO YouTube.

Wait for me , I’m coming. Here’s our conversation from April 22nd, 2020. Recorded for my live YouTube Series: The SHO Must Go On…line!

Thanks for listening to the 30th episode of bwaySHO: The Podcast!

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Just keep on walking and don’t look back.

Hadestown Reopens on Broadway September 2nd and I can’t wait for them to sing it again! I’ll be at The Walter Kerr this Thursday for the SHO & Post-SHO Mardi Gras style celebration! Join the fun to see how the world could be. Plus, you can give Kimberly her flowers starting this October on tour.

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Thanks to all the SHOtreons and special shout-out to the SHOstopper and SHOnanigans levels.

Judy Cotner, Naomi Cotner, Theresa Piliero, Andrea Gilderhus, Shannon Wheeler, Alyssa Walles, Cindi Howard, John Benson, Julie Larkin, Ashley Stasak, Lisa Michelle Martin O’Neill, and Eva Fink Clausen.

If This Was Your Jam, You Can Become A SHOtreon! Head Over To Patreon.Com/bwaySHO. You get exclusive access to filmed performances, photos and interviews, as well as up-to-date news on what’s going on in the theatre world. It’s A Fun Time, Come Check It Out.

Thanks as always to Khayle Braxton AKA Gedun for these Awesome Beats, Jelani Remy for the Beautiful Intro Riff, Alex Brightman for the SHO time promo, Chelsey Hill AKA Illustrating Diva, for the cool cover art, all the wonderful guests and all of you for listening!

Broadway SHOs are announcing their new opening dates. While we’re excited to see everyone get back to work, we must stay vigilant in our calls to make theatre a safe space for everyone involved. We need reports on how companies will be enacting anti-racist, anti-transphobia, anti-abelism and anti-abuse work. We can’t go back, we must move forward.

Get your vaccine, wear a mask, be safe and let’s take care of ourselves.

We’ll see you at the SHO

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