Kim's husband bought an Infiniti. One day, she was forced to drive it and said it was really ugly.
Her daughter attends Harvard-Westlake, a prepatory high school.
Her family resides in Los Angeles County.
Her husband's last name is Siegel and her last name is Friedman, so she frequently goes by Friedman-Siegel.
Practices have taken place at Pulse Dance Studio, Pegasus School, Temple Bat Yam, Harbor Day School, Vanguard University, St. Michael's Church, Sun City Dance Studio, and several other locations.
Kim Friedman's musicals have been performed at Pegasus School, Harbor Day School, Temple Bat Yam, The Crossings Church, and Vanguard University.
Her husband's name is Michael.
Kim has a daughter named Kate.
She directed one episode of Lizzie McGuire and Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
She sometimes does acting summer camps that last three weeks.
Her plays take up to six months to perform.
Kim has stopped doing the plays because she cannot find a good theatre to put them on at.
She has blue eyes.
She has blonde hair.
She is most renowned for directing Star Trek.
She is also a screenwriter.
Kim mostly directs comedy sitcoms.
She has a daughter.
She has directed several off-broadway plays and musicals.
She had a Masters Class for children whom she thought were great at acting, and for the class, she had a review show in LA for casting directors and such.
The agent she sugests everybody go to is Ingrid in LA.
The chorographers she uses names are, Leah, Anna, and Michael. Occasionally, she has guest choreographers.
She hires Ross to play the piano for and vocally help the children who sign up to participate in her musicals.
She may be one of the directors in a Disney Musical Theatre Workshop in the fall of 2006.
The last kids' play she did was Wicked.
Her children's musical theater prodcutions include variations of Grease, The Sound of Music, Cindy Rock, Annie, Wicked, The Wiz, Little Shop of Horrors, Guys and Dolls, Chicago, A Chorus Line, Bye Bye Birdie, and Fame.
She directs one kids' play every school year, and one every summer.