Music Director, Light in the Piazza, TheatreJax, January 2016

Director, Children of Eden, Jacksonville University, March 3-13, 2016

Fashion Sense: Songs in Recital CD tour recital, Montview Blvd. Presbyterian Church, Denver, CO, March 20, 2016

Fashion Sense: Songs in Recital CD tour recital, Christ Church Episcopal, Greenville, SC, April 12, 2016

Guest Stage Director, Trouble with Trebles in Trousers, Greenville Fine Arts Center, May 5-6, 2016


"An Exploration of Pedagogical Ancestry".  Online Cover Story, Classical Singer, June 2014

Les Miserables for TheatreJax: Review

Street Scene: Kurt Weill Foundation Grants.  Jacksonville.com

Service Learning Performance Ensemble featured on new website at SUNY Potsdam

Little Women wins awards from Broadway World!  

EU on Little Women: Little Women was directed by Kimberly Beasley who is an assistant professor of voice at Jacksonville University. In reading the biographies in the program, we noted that a number of her students were in this production. Professor Beasley’s definitive direction made this show a truly marvelous evening of theatre, a real treat for the eyes and ears. The voices were indeed superb. EU Jacksonville

A word of advice to the general public. The next time you hear about a play or a musical at Jacksonville University, by all means make plans to attend. Our experience has been the university has exceptional talent both in musical theatre and drama. In addition, they always have reasonable and affordable ticket prices, and an exceptionally comfortable theatre. EU Jacksonville

I have now attended several shows at both the Terry Concert Hall and its next door neighbor, The Swisher Theatre, and find both facilities excellent and truly an asset to the cultural growth of this city. If you have not taken the opportunity to see a performance in either of them, check out Jacksonville University on their website for announcement of future events. You will be glad you did. Thanks for a delightful afternoon of fine music. EU Jacksonville

Last Five Years is sincerely performed by Andrew Weir and Diane Mair. And it features a highly proficient musical ensemble, led by conductor Kim Beasley. - Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune