(Board President, Company Principal as Marketing Director) Kimberly started her marketing career in the arts, first working at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa before its opening season in 1986, and later serving as Director for a summer music festival in San Diego County. When the arts hit hard times economically in the late 1980s, Kimberly migrated her marketing skills to Silicon Valley, eventually founding a technology marketing firm which she and her three partners grew to 90-person consultancy. She sold her stake in that business and, after a few left turns, ended up back in arts marketing. Kimberly has a BA in Music from Duke University, an MA in Music from CSULB, and she played the lead in Annie Get Your Gun her senior year in high school.
Janet is the 2016 recipient of the LADCC Joel Hirschhorn Award for Career Achievement in Musical Theater. Her original choreography was showcased Off-Broadway in The Marvelous Wonderettes, for which she received a Lucille Lortel Award nomination. TMW has garnered Janet numerous accolades, and she was fortunate to choreograph the European Premiere of Wonderettes in Milan, Italy. GPTCo is celebrating their four-year anniversary at HFF! Under Janet’s direction, Good People has six productions under their belt—A Man of No Importance, Barrymore (2x) The Fantasticks, Closer Than Ever, and Marry Me A Little. The shows have been well received by both critics and spectators, garnering wonderful notices, as well as inclusion in year-end roundups, award nominations and wins, with Barrymore receiving an Ovation nomination for Best Actor. In 2015, the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle awarded Janet the Joel Hirschhorn Award for a career of “outstanding contributions to musical theater.” Janet holds a B.A. in musical theatre-CSUN, an M.A. in theatre-CSULA and, Dec. 2016, an M.F.A in TVFT-CSULA. Ms. Miller is a proud member of SDC.