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Kymberli Colbourne

My ‘dream job’ in the theatre has always been to be in a company of actors like B&B. A place where I can build ongoing relationships with my fellow actors, an artistic staff and an audience – this is where I can dive deeper and play harder. I am breathless with anticipation for the adventures that we will share together. Here we go!

Kymberli Colbourne
Resident Acting Company Member

Kymberli Colbourne received her BA in Theatre Performance from Scripps College and also spent her junior year in conservatory training in London thru the Marymount Tarrytown/RADA Drama Program. Onstage for B&B, Kymberli has been thrilled to portray Ahab in Moby Dick, Rehearsed, Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate, Sarah in Spinning Into Butter, Scrooge in Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol and most recently, the inimitable Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit. She has also been seen on stages all across the country, touring with The National Theatre of the Deaf in One More Spring and Treasure Island. Regionally, she has appeared in numerous roles including productions for the Oregon Children’s Theatre (Dorothy Quimby in Ramona Quimby), Broadway Rose Theatre (Mavis in Church Basement Ladies), Book It Rep (Mary Beth Baird in Owen Meany Christmas; Mrs. Fairfax in Jane Eyre), Seattle Children’s Theatre (Mrs. Beaver in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe; Snowball in 1984), Seattle Shakespeare Festival (Cassius in Julius Ceasar, Mad Margaret in Richard III), and the Oregon Cabaret (Patsy Cline in Just A Closer Walk), just to name a few. When not on stage, you will find Kymberli working behind the mic as a full time voice over actor in her home studio. Check out her VO work at www.kcvoice.com. Or perhaps, you may have heard her lusty voice leading chants at a local march! She is thrilled to have the opportunity to be once again, working side-by-side professionally with her husband Jim Ricks-White, also a member of the B&B family. Kymberli sends out unending gratitude to her family and friends for their lifetime of support for this work (and play) that is the core of her being.