Kimberlee Monroe

Kimberlee is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatics Arts is very proud to be performing with The Shadow Box Theatre for ten years, a theatre that brings so much joy to every child and adult that walks through their doors. Sandra Robbins has a special talent in making every child feel special and loved by experiencing her stories. Ms. Monroe has performed with many theaters in New York City. She was last seen in "Ayre" a one woman show by Louise Mike for which she received a Audelco nomination for Best Solo Performance. In the H.A.D.L.E.Y Players production of "Nobody Knew Where They Was" she won the 2011 Audelco Award for Best Leading Actress. She performed Off-Broadway in Melvin Van Peebles "Aint Supposed to Die A Natural Death" and Layon Gray's "All American Girls" which she performed at the National Black Theater Festival in North Carolina. Kimberlee performed in Paris France production of Melvin Van Peebles "Sweetback - A Street Opera. This summer she was in the short film "The Girls of Summer" written and directed by Layon Gray. Kimberlee would like to thank God and her family for their love and support. She would also like thank Sandra Robbins for allowing so many beautiful children to touch her life while performing with Shadow Box all these years.