I’m so excited to be venturing out to Arrow Rock, Missouri to play Lorraine in All Shook Up. The show opens at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theater and runs from June 27th to July 7th! It’ll be my first time in Missouri so hit me up on instagram with any recommendations (@kimona93).
You can purchase tickets here. Come out and see us!
So excited to be a part of the Buddy Holly Story at the John W. Engeman Theater in Northport, Long Island. See the link below to buy tickets. Come check us out!!
The show will be running from January 17th until March 3rd. You can purchase tickets here.
SONS & DOGS is an original folk-funk musical set in small town Wisconsin in the 1970's, and is about the secrets we keep from our neighbors. Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jessica McIlquham, SONS & DOGS is about a 14 year old engineer-in-the-making and her four brothers and how they must to cope with the dangers of parents withholding love. When they can no longer look after even each other, she has to make tough choices.
You can purchase tickets HERE. Don't miss our two performances this weekend: Friday, August 31st, at 8pm; and Saturday, September 1st, at 8pm.
I'm so excited to be performing in NYSummerFest Theater Festival this year! The play is called UTOPIA, and it's written by the brilliant Ty Bauman. It opens Thursday, August 2nd, and runs until Sunday, August 5th. Come check out and support new works by incredibly talented folks.
You can find more info and purchase tickets here!
Cynthia Meng and I are bringing you a night of original music written for and/or by brilliant women of color. You’ll hear music from Jae Broderick & Matt Cohen, Ashni Davé, Timothy Huang, Janet Noh, Helen Park, Tia DeShazor & Andy Roninson, Sukari Jones, Michelle Rodriguez, Troy Burton, Emma Claye, Cynthia Meng, and Kim Onah. The music focuses on the stories we so often forget to tell or listen to: those of women and people of color. Join us for a night celebrating all of the important voices out there! You can purchase tickets here.
The show is at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3. Doors open at 10pm; Show starts at 10:15pm
Tickets are $12, and there is a two drink minimum
I'm super excited to be performing in TYPECAST this Sunday @ The Duplex. The concert will benefit two incredible organizations: Life After Hate & Drama Club NYC. Life After Hate is an organization that works with individuals who want to leave a life of hate group involvement for a life of love and inclusivity; while Drama Club NYC works with young people caught up in the juvenile criminal system using the performing arts as a tool for them to find their voices and thereby lowering their chances of returning to prison significantly. All proceeds from this concert will go to both organizations.
Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the door. There will be a two-drink minimum at the venue. Click here to purchase tickets!
I'll be performing at 54 Below on Tuesday, October 24th, through Lindsay Mendez and RSO's Actor Therapy! I'm so excited to be returning to the 54 Below stage, and performing alongside some wonderful, talented students of Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver.
Purchase tickets here, and use the code ACTH3 for $3 off!
Cabaret time is here again!! I'll be performing at the West End Lounge in the Bound for Broadway showcase this October 16th! Mark your calendars, and see ticket information below!
Tickets will be sold in advance for $15. You can also purchase tickets at the door. If you'd like to buy tickets in advance, please venmo me (@Kim-Onah) and write "Bound for Broadway" in the description. There is a 2 drink minimum, and the bar is CASH ONLY! Bring ID to the club, or they won't be able to serve you alcohol.
When I was 8years old, my parents took me to see one of my first Broadway musicals, Aida. I remember I was sitting in the audience not really knowing what to expect when a tall beautiful dark woman appeared on stage as the leading lady. I was shocked; confused; emotional. All of these feelings crept up on me because I had never seen a black woman in a lead role in a musical. Before that I had no idea that someone with my shade could achieve more than ensemble or background. Heather Headley inspired me that night to reach for more than the backup singer or the token black player in the ensemble. Representation matters--it mattered for me, and it matters to other women and children of color. All women of color--directors, composers, and performers--are giants in an industry that lacks representation, and this concert is an ode to them!
Join us for Alex Sage Oyen and James Presson’s Archie’s Final Project at The Script @Stage 74, a new musical development program. The Script @Stage74 is dedicated to developing new works and cultivating artists while also benefiting the surrounding community. Committed to the words develop, donate, and inspire, artists will be donating their time and, in lieu of ticket sales, audiences will donate an item such as a can of food, item of clothing, or book that benefits a chosen mission program of Jan Hus Presbyterian. At The Script, artists and audiences will come together to inspire.
Looking forward to seeing you there!