Kim Stengel returns after a three-month leave for her greatest production to date- her new daughter, Kendra. A native Texan, Kim has portrayed Carlotta in Toronto for the past four years, as well as in Asia and the U.S. NY leading roles: The New Moon, Carousel, Kismet, The Most Happy Fella, Patience, The Gondoliers. London: Princess Ida-title role, recreated in NY. Regional credits include Kiss Me Kate; My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, Camelot; The Music Man; I Love My Wife; Sweeney Todd. Guest Artist: 1989 Barcelona Summer Olympics, and CBS radio. Stage: Uncle Vanya, Agnes of God, Pygmalion, The Elephant Man. Her love and thanks to the amazing Toronto fans and, as always, to Ken.
Kim Stengel has been seen regularly as Carlotta with the Phantom touring company in Canada, America and Asia for the past year. A native of Houston, Texas, she has lived and worked in New York for the past ten years. Ms. Stengel is well known on the New York stages for leading roles from opera to musical theatre. New York credits include recent revivals of The New Moon as Marianne, Carrie in Carousel, Marsinah in Kismet, and Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella. She also sang the latter role in the live broadcast on CBS radio in New York. She is also known for her work in the Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire. She appeared as the title role in Patience, as well as Casilda in The Gondoliers, and Princess Zara in Utopia, Ltd. She received critical acclaim in London for her protrayal of the title role in Princess Ida, which she recreated in New York last year. Regional credits include Kate in Kiss Me Kate, Eliza in My Fair Lady, Maria and Elsa in The Sound of Music, Guenevere in Camelot, Marion in The Music Man, Monica in I Love My Wife, and Rizzo in Grease. She also appeared in the leading role in the Southwest premiere of Sweeny Todd. Ms. Stengel has also toured the world in her one-woman shows and was a guest performer at the 1989 Barcelona Summer Olympics. Non singing credits include leading roles in Uncle Vanya, Agnes of God, Pygmalion, Death of a Salesman, The Good Doctor and the Southwest premiere of The Elephant Man.