Kimberly Faye Greenberg

The Broadway Expert




Lots of inspiration & action steps for Performers, Backstage Artists and Creatives. I hope that you will take a listen.  If you like it give me a shoutout or be sure to share the interview on social media.

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Our listeners get lucky with this episode of Joanna and Kevin’s Big Show because they get to meet Kimberly Faye Greenberg, a NYC based AEA/SAG-AFTRA actress. She’s a transplant from the Golden State who has worked in the city for 20 years. What’s great about talking to Kim is not only is she working as an actress, but she has a side business as a coach helping others. She tours her own one-woman show about Fanny Brice that showcases her singing, acting, and dancing skills. She her videos here. When Kim isn’t going on auditions, she helps others as a mentor and coach with her side business as a consulting coach.

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During uncertain times there is no shortage of advice about what we “should“ be doing. The reality is that no one really knows. I brought on Kimberly Faye Greenberg because I’m so inspired by how she lives her life. She strikes a wonderful balance between being proactive with lots of hustle, and making sure she’s taking time to keep her heart and soul fulfilled.

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Self-proclaimed workaholic Kimberly Faye Greenberg sits down with Kirsten to talk about the business in New York. Actor, dresser, coach, consultant - Kimberly stays BUSY! Join us for this fast-paced conversation about staying afloat and rising up!

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Kimberly Faye Greenberg is the type of actor that can do just about anything. Including playing two  leading roles in two Off-Broadway musicals at the same time! She never stops creating more opportunity for herself.. Listen in for lots of advice on how to create opportunities for yourself as well as intel on when to join the union!

An interview where wining and whining take precedence, along with all things Broadway. Here Kimberly's chats her well rounded performing life and gives tons of advice to performers. Absolutely no whining was allowed.