Kimberly Schroeder


Kimberly Schroeder

In 2010, Kimberly joined Really Inventive Stuff.  In 2010, she also made her orchestra debut with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.

As a member of Really Inventive Stuff, Kimberly has performed Robert Kapilow’s Green Eggs and Ham in Canada (Winnipeg, Victoria) and throughout the United States (Annapolis, Charlotte, Harrisburg, Illinois, Kansas City, Kennett, Lincoln, Milwaukee, Portland, Richmond, Rochester, Saint Louis, and Texarkana.)

In the 16-17 season, Kimberly makes her debuts with the Seattle Symphony (Green Eggs and Ham), the Quad City Symphony Orchestra (Green Eggs and Ham), and the Missoula Symphony Orchestra (The Story of Babar). 

This season she returns to the Victoria Symphony in Canada (Three Fun Fables) and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra (Green Eggs and Ham).

Her pervious orchestra performances also include Beyond the Score: Prokofiev 4 with The Philadelphia Orchestra.

She has worked in regional and national theatres, including national tours with the Missoula Children’s Theatre and international performances in Jamaica, Ireland, and Canada.  

Kimberly is an Assistant Professor of Dance, and the Dance Minor Program Director at the University of Delaware. She is graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.