Karen Carter writes Broadway reviews and articles with a speciality in avant-garde plays and off-broadway productions. Her writing has appeared in a number of online media environs that includes playbill.com, BroadwayWorld.com and TheaterMania.com. Her articles have also appeared in various newspapers and magazines including "Backstage" and "The Village Voice" (back in the heady days when the paper was still actually printed). Ms Carter graduated from SUNY Stony Brook with an MFA in Creative Writing and Literature with a particular focus on writing for TV screenplays. Her Broadway articles focus on balancing the informative with the critical perspective. With her TV screenplay work now long behind her, Ms Carter primarily writes for Broadway but will often venture out to retest her writing skills in an altogether new subject matter.
News Story Archive for Karen Carter
The Book of Mormon Faces Pressure to Discount
Jul 14, 2022
Broadway Staple The Book of Mormon Has Recently Discounted Tickets Catering to the Post-Pandemic Summer Tourist Traffic in NYC.
Broadway Shows Set To Reopen on May 30, 2021… Maybe
Oct 14, 2020
The Broadway League announces a sixth revision of the date that they anticipate Broadway shows will reopen
Bummer of a Summer: Broadway Closed Until Cuomo's 7 Key Metrics Achieved
May 13, 2020
The Broadway Summer of 2020 Has Been Cancelled Until All Broadway Theatres Achieve Cuomo's 7 Key Metrics That Stop The Spread Of COVID-19 Between Theatre Patrons At...
Based on COVID-19 Infection Data, When Will Broadway Theatres Reopen?
Apr 2, 2020
With No Obvious End In Sight While Infections Continue To Rise, Many Wonder When Broadway Theatres In New York City Might Be Able To Reopen Again Post COVID-19 Outb...
Broadway Industry Fails To Embrace Online Video Streaming Technologies
Mar 17, 2020
Broadway Shows Still Have Yet To Implement Online Streaming Technologies During The Covid-19 Pandemic. Shows Are Now Losing Millions Of Dollars Per Week With No End...
Disney Brings Hit Broadway Show 'Hamilton' To The Silver Screen
Feb 6, 2020
Screen Rights To Lin Manuel-Miranda’s Hamilton, Were Bought By Disney For $75 Million And The New Movie Is Set To Be Released On October 15th, 2021 For A Wider Audi...
Sing Street Musical Sets Its Sights On Broadway At Lyceum Theatre
Jan 22, 2020
The Musical Sing Street, Based On The 2016 Film Of The Same Name By John Carney, Heads To Broadway At Lyceum Theatre After A Successful Off-Broadway Run.
Tootsie’s Broadway Closing Highlights Fickleness of Audiences
Nov 26, 2019
Despite Winning Multiple Awards At 2019 Tony’s, Tootsie Unexpectedly Announced Its Closing Date As Jan 5, 2020, Outdated Concept And Poor Word Of Mouth Likely To Bl...
Kristin Chenoweth Opens in ‘For The Girls’ for 8 Broadway Performances
Nov 8, 2019
Emmy and Tony winner, Kristin Chenoweth, returns to Broadway for a limited-time performance show in ‘For The Girls’ that promotes her latest tribute album
Lin Manuel Miranda's 'Freestyle Love Supreme' Fails to Deliver
Oct 3, 2019
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hot new unscripted show 'Freestyle Love Supreme' does not hit the anticipated ticket sales numbers
Hugh Jackman Returns to Broadway Starring in The Music Man
Sep 10, 2019
Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway playing a con-artist in The Music Man, which is similar to his movie role in Bad Education
Future of Locking Phone Pouches and Cell Phone Usage at Broadway Shows
Jul 22, 2019
Cell phone usage by New York City audience member's change at Broadway Theatres as artists demand more control of their performances with locking phone pouches
Broadway Fills In The Summer Scheduling Gap With Dave Chappelle + Other Acts
Jun 26, 2019
Broadways' Lunt Fontanne Theatre in NYC fills in the scheduling gap during Summer 2019 with Dave Chappelle Performances & Others
2019 Tony Nominations - How Many Each Show Received
Apr 30, 2019
How many Tony Award nominations each production received for the 2018-2019 Broadway season.
Lauded Revival of “Angels in America” Closes
Jul 14, 2018
Angels in America closes at the end of this week on July 15, 2018 after earning 11 Tony nominations, which is the most of any play in Broadway history.