Kim Weild studied for ten years at The School of American Ballet, during which time she frequently performed with the New York City Ballet. In 2007 she completed her graduate work at Columbia University's three-year MFA directing program. Her directorial work includes the 2010 Drama Desk nominated production of Charles L. Mee's Fêtes de la Nuit for Unique Theatrical Experience which also garnered 7 New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations winning two.
On Broadway, she is Associate Director to Michael Blakemore having worked with him on the Broadway revival of Blithe Spirit starring Angela Lansbury, and previously on Terrence McNally's Deuce, and Mark Twain/David Ives' Is He Dead? Additionally, Weild has acted as Associate Director for Tina Landau on Tarell McCraney's WIG OUT!, and Charles Mee's Iphigenia 2.0 at The Signature Theater and Gabriel Barre on the world premiere of the new musical Amazing Grace.
Actively engaged in developing new work for the stage, she regularly directs workshops and readings at Goodspeed Musicals, Lincoln Center Theater, Primary Stages, New York Theatre Workshop, Ma-Yi 2 G, New Georges, Epiphany Ensemble and Columbia Stages.
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