Ain’t Too Proud closes at Berkeley Rep this weekend after a successful 2-month run. A few weeks ago we had the chance to talk to AIC alum Kimille Howard, the assistant director on the show, about her experiences.
1. Tell me a little bit about your background (how did you get into theater, why you came to NYC, etc)
I started out as a dancer, beginning ballet at the age of 3 and increased to tap, jazz, flamenco, hip-hop, modern, and character at the Jordan College Academy of Dance as I got older. My parents always took me to see theater growing up, and my grandmother would take me to Broadway shows when I visited her in New York. When we performed a tap piece to West Side Story songs when I was 9, my parents got me the laser disc (yep) of the film and I fell in love. Continue reading