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What the critics are saying about Kara Greenberg…

 

BRIGHT IDEAS

Kara Green(berg) nearly walks off with the show…Every character she embodies, is chameleonic gold.

By Dink O’Neal – Backstage

 

KITH AND KIN

Kara Greenberg cuts to the scene-stealing bone.

By David C. Nichols – The Los Angeles Times

Kara Greenberg, singularly charismatic, envelopes the room with a buzz of electricity.

By Steven Leigh Morris – LA Weekly

 A well cast Kara Greenberg, fills the stage. Her line delivery is right on target.  Her sardonic wit…is perfection.

By Ariana Mufson – Curtain up

 

THE LAST SESSION

Greenberg’s hysterical irreverence is the backbone of the production.

By Lee Williams – The Houston Press

 

THE MINEOLA TWINS

Greenberg is hilarious.  This is hyperbole at its best, and Greenberg plays it to the hilt.

Greenberg, who has a bitterly smart sense of irony, runs with the fascinating idiosyncrasies of Vogel’s imagination.

By Lee Williams – The Houston Press

 

BAT BOY

Kara Greenberg gives a polished and witty performance as Meredith, singing strongly and projecting a gently satiric yet warm-hearted air.

EVERETT EVANS -Copyright  Houston Chronicle

Kara Greenberg (Meredith Parker) demonstrates her vocal and acting command.

Chuck Perroncel – TX Triangle

Kara Greenberg, now living in L.A., returns to Houston for this engagement, and it’s about time. It’s wonderful to once more see (and hear) her own professional magic .

D.L. Groover – Outsmart

 

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Kara Greenberg…sassy, shy, silly, sad – all are emotions she wears with great authenticity, carried by a most expressive voice…this woman is a showtune natural. She overflows with an easy ability to change timbre and has terrific range.
Chuck Perroncel – TX Triangle

Kara Greenberg brings hilarious punch to the scene…then she steps out of the scene, belting out…Single Man Drought.

Greenberg gives a beautiful rendition of I Will Be Loved Tonight.

Greenberg brings tartness and bite to her neat monologue…Greenberg scores.
By EVERETT EVANS – Houston Chronicle