After 45 years the Kut-Ups will give their final performances in July.
“The main goal is to put on excellent productions that sell out and are critically acclaimed and to challenge the artists… I also supervise the performing arts center itself, so the goal is to keep it active, full of life and that it’s sustaining itself so that it’s serving the community,” Miller said.
Kimball comes from a well-known theatre family in Stockton. Her father was a high school choir teacher and mom was running the high school drama program. She graduated from the Sonoma State University theatre arts program with a bachelor degree. She plays the violin and sings and entertains at senior centers.