Kim Slade has worked as an arts educator for 25 years. She has also worked as a producer, director, and actress. Kim has produced and cast live Industrial shows for a huge range of national clients including companies such as Land Rover, Nortel, CNA, and MacGregor Golf. As a member of Actor’s Equity, Kim’s performance credits include featured roles in Alice in Wonderland, Chicago, The Heidi Chronicles, Lies and Legends, The Music of Harry Chapin, An Enemy of the People, Christmas in New York, The Dining Room, The Fantasticks, Going to See the Elephant, Portrait of a Madonna, An Actor’s Nightmare and An Evening with Tennessee Williams. Kim has also produced and/or performed in numerous film, TV and commercial projects, including the children’s television program Big Fun, Little Playhouse and the feature film Curdled starring William Baldwin. Prior to co-founding The Performing Arts Project, Kim served as Program Director of Broadway Theatre Project, where she worked in various capacities, including as a faculty member for 20 years. She is a graduate of the University of Tampa and studied theater at the University of Florida and the Burt Reynolds Institute and Theatre in Jupiter, FL, where she also performed as a Resident Company Member.