Kara has a MA in voice from the Central School and Speech and Drama, a MFA in Acting from the University of California, Davis and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley. In addition to formal training she has been mentored at the Royal National Theatre. In New York she taught at NYU, Tisch School of Performing Arts, Marymount Manhattan, American Musical Dramatic Academy, NY School of Film & Television and the NY Film Academy. In the UK she has taught at The Actors Centre, Rose Bruford College, Oxford School of Drama, City Lit, Drama Studio London, and the Central School of Speech and Drama.
|Sheffield Crucible and
West End New London Theatre
|Royal Exchange||A Streetcar Named Desire|
|The Hampstead Theatre||Gloria|
|Aria Entertainment, UK Tour||The Addams Family|
|Headlong Theatre||The Glass Menagerie|
|The Print Room||The Kingdom of Earth|
|Trafalgar Studios||Hidden in the Sand|
|West Yorkshire Playhouse||Cat on a Hot Tin Roof|
|Finborough Theatre||His Greatness|
|Southwark Playhouse||The Late Henry Moss|
|Chaski’s Theatre Company||New World Playwrights|
|Fresh Glory Productions||Huck Finn|
|Jaume Collet-Serre||The Commuter|
|Woody Allen||Café Society|
|Rob Cowan||Conjuring 2|
|Martin Owen||Let's Be Evil|
|Studio Ghibli||Only Yesterday|
|Rian Johnson||Star Wars VIII|
How to speak like a Texan, a programme on why we have so many accents, produced by CrowdScience for the BBC World Service.
Please contact me using the contact form if you are interested in more information about any of these productions.