A seasoned performer with years of theatrical experience behind her, Kymberli has been performing since she can remember. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, with an Emphasis in Musical Theatre from Texas Christian University, she moved to New York to pursue her career. 

Having done summer stock and regional theatre prior to NYC, she was able to showcase her talents in a variety of ways while in the city. She performed in original concerts, Fringe Festival shows, and helmed several plays, creating exciting and complex characters. 

2016 brought Kymberli out of her "retirement" from performing with a few exciting opportunities to play on stage with incredibly talented people.

Check out her performance of Baby It's Cold Outside with the lovely and hilarious Katherine Tokarz...

She recently made her Los Angeles theatrical debut in BACHELORETTE. Check out the trailer!

Back in NYC, people are always creating. I had the pleasure of working on a fun new musical recording written by Sarah Lee (Schmitz) Peterson. Enjoy these raw, but heartfelt demos we recorded out in Queens... featuring some of my favorite friends. Check out what Joshua Doss is up to these days... he'll always be one of my favorite duet partners. 

Living in New York, The After Party was one of the most fun ways to spend an evening. I saw some of the most incredible talents there... and sometimes I got the guts to get up & perform too. This is "Out of Love" by my dear friends and musical theatre heroes, Marcy Heisler & Zina Goldrich

This performance was for a concert benefitting my amazing, Tony Award winning friends, Alan & Anna Ostroff and their organization Arts for All, along with the Infinity Theatre Company. I told Alan I wasn't ready to take on such a massive song, and he believed otherwise, so I trusted him and went for it. This is "I'm Not Afraid of Anything" from Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown.

One of my fondest memories to this day is creating with my friend Tyler Adcock. He is one of the most talented artists I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and working with. We created the short lived podcast "Beers on Broadway" (short-lived due to the fact that I moved to LA for work...) but not before I was graciously asked to sing in his cabaret "Just Adcock". This beautiful song was a pleasure to sing, even more fun to act, and I thank him for that. Fun story: I lost my voice less than 24 hours before this show, so I fought through the pain. This is "Small Things" by Tyler Adcock.