Santa Clara University

Theatre and Dance department

Kim Mohne HillKimberly Mohne Hill


Kimberly Mohne Hill received her MFA at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.  At Santa Clara University, Kimberly teaches acting, voice and speech, dialects, improvisation and musical theater, along with leading voice and presentation skills workshops for the SCU Business School and members of the SCU faculty.

A professional actress, she became a member of Actor's Equity (the professional stage actor's union) serving as an understudy and a Voice Coach for Carroll O'Connor (All in the Family) in the World Premiere of his original work "A Certain Labor Day". She played the roles of 'Mrs. Cratchit" and "Mrs. Fezziwig" in San Jose Rep's acclaimed production of A Christmas Carol.

Kimberly is also known throughout the Bay Area and beyond as a Voice & Dialect Coach – having coached at such theaters as A.C.T., San Jose Rep, TheatreWorks, San Jose Stage Company and Marin Theater Company…among others. Her corporate experience has included coaching clients with such companies as EFI, Cadence, and SF Fertility Centers.

Her directing credits include: In the Next Room (or, the vibrator play) (City Lights), Hayfever (Santa Clara University),  reasons to be pretty (San Jose Stage Company), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Santa Clara University), The Seafarer (San Jose Stage Company), Songs for a New World (Santa Clara University), and Six Years (Dragon Theater).

She has published two books for young actors: Scenes in Dialect for Young Actors and Monologues in Dialect for Young Actors.