Kimiye Corwin


Kimiye Corwin is an actor, dancer, choreographer and movement consultant. She earned her dance degree at Juilliard and performed with the Jose Limon Dance Company for five years. She later studied acting at The Actors Center with Jed Diamond and Earle Gister and then earned her MFA in Acting at Brown/Trinity. NYC theater credits: Red Bull Theater, La MaMa, Ars Nova, National Asian American Theatre Company, NYTW Next Door, Ma-Yi. Regional theater credits: Syracuse Stage, Actors Theater of Louisville, Studio Theatre in D.C., Hartford Stage, TheatreWorks Palo Alto, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, Guthrie, McCarter, Two River Theater. Film/TV credits: New Amsterdam, Blacklist, The Family, The Michael J. Fox Show, One Life to Live and Five Dances (feature length film directed by Alan Brown). Choreography credits: Dallas Theater Center, Guthrie, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, National Asian American Theatre Company. She currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. Member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers (fellowship recipient for the Teacher Development Program).

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