What’s it like to play 40 characters in one play? Kim Kivens is about to find out. Kivens is staring in the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company‘s one-woman show, What I Thought I Knew, which runs from August 18-30 at the Highland Park Community Center.
Kivens was previously seen at MJTC in Church & State, Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins, Natasha and the Coat, and was recognized by Lavender Magazine as a Best Supporting Actress for her role as Muriel in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Minneapolis Musical Theatre).
She talks about what it’s like to star in her first one-woman show, the deeply personal nature of this particular play, and what she looks for as she chooses roles, in this week’s Who The Folk Podcast.
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