Cast Member Profile: KYMM ZUCKERT

Kymm Zuckert  |  Actress

A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Circle-in-the-Square Theatre School and New York University, Kymm has been working in the theatre for forty years. The daughter of well-known actors Bill Zuckert and Gladys Holland, she started performing at the age of three in such plays as The Little Clown That Forgot How to Laugh and a French-language version of Sleeping Beauty as well as appearing in television shows like "Sanford and Son", "Baa Baa Black Sheep", and "Days of Our Lives". ...Continued


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

Callback  | Open: 04/07/11 Close: 04/24/11 - Santa Fe Playhouse
Callback, a true love letter to the theatre, is a two character contemporary comedy/drama about the forty-year mostly professional relationship between an actress and a director. They both go through struggles, heartbreaks, triumphs, and unexpected discoveries along the way. They are bound together on and off by many things, but what keeps them both going is their overwhelming love of the theater.  Emmy winner Joan Darling returns to Santa Fe to star with local favorite Jonathan Richards!

Bill Svanoe's Callback has played to rave reviews Off-Broadway in New York City, as well as large regional productions in North Carolina and Wisconsin.  It is published by Samuel French. 

Small Craft Warnings  | Open: 06/12/08 Close: 06/29/08 - Algonquin Theatre
Tennessee Williams' seldom-seen kaleidoscope of loneliness, directed by Le Wilhelm through June.
The House of Bernarda Alba  | Open: 07/12/08 Close: 07/23/08 - Wings Theatre
After the death of her husband, Bernarda Alba imposes a traditional mourning period of eight years on her household. Bernarda has always ruled her home with an iron fist and kept her five daughters on "short chains." Now that she is the sole dictator, her daughters are left with little escape from her oppression. As a consequence of their father's death, the eldest daughter is left wealthy, while the younger sisters are left with little. This new wealth attracts a suitor, which ignites jealousy and passion among the sisters whom have never been allowed a romance of their own. Each of the sisters copes with their mother's violence, their sisters' jealousy and their repressed desires in her own way, but when the youngest decides to break free at all costs, her actions threaten to destroy them all.
The Last Laugh  | Open: 02/15/11 Close: 02/26/11 - Sidewalk Studio Theatre
June Johnson and Melinda Rogers are two faded TV divas.  Years ago they were stars of competing #1 sitcoms who littered the gossip rags as bitter rivals for ratings, awards and husbands!  They are in for a surprise when two former cast members conspire to create a cable TV reunion.  Starring Emmy winner Joan Darling, Judy Kerr, Kerry Shear and Darby Hinton (TV's Israel Boone from "The Daniel Boone Show"), The Last Laugh is a new comedy by award-winning playwright Bill Svanoe directed by Emmy winner Blake Bradford. 

The Tempest  | Open: 12/28/07 Close: 01/12/08 - Wings Theatre
Phare Play Productions is proud to present Emmy-winner Joan Darling as Prospero in their all-female production of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Known as his fantastical swan song, The Tempest follows Prospero, a deposed magician that inhabits a distant island with his young daughter Miranda. With the help of the sprite Ariel (Kerry Shear), Prospero is able to bring those responsible for his misfortunes to his island for his final retribution. Shakespeare's grand tale of revenge, betrayal, and most importantly forgiveness, comes to life under the direction of Artistic Director Blake Bradford.