“…wonderfully funny…” DJR Bruckner, The New York Times
Karen Eterovich has toured her play, Love Arm’d, Aphra Behn & Her Pen nationally and internationally including the Bedlam Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Cheer from Chawton, her play about Jane Austen had workshops in Stockton, CA, and Pleasantville, NY, culminating in a performance in New York City at the renowned Players Club and at the Mission Theatre in Bath, England for the Jane Austen Festival in 2006. Ms. Eterovich was subsequently invited back to the Mission Theatre for a week long repertory run of Love Arm'd and Cheer from Chawton in 2008. In 2010, Cheer from Chawton was the finale performance of the 10th Annual Jane Austen Festival in Bath, UK. Karen was praised in the New York Times as “wonderfully funny” for her performance in Twelfth Night with the Kings County Shakespeare Company. Her play, Where Art is Framed was performed at the historic Lambs Club and as part of the Players Creative Workshop Showcase at the Players Club in New York City. Another play, Pumpkin Fluff, was accepted for the Blue Roses Infusion Series, the Lab at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference for Playwrights in Valdez, Alaska and for a reading by the PCW at the Players . Also in New York she appeared in: Innocent Diversions at Theater Ten Ten, The Madwoman of Chaillot at MTB Studios and Looking for the Pony, Andrea Lepcio’s play about breast cancer at Vital Signs, Strawberry and Samuel French Festivals. Regional credits: Great Expectations, Indiana Repertory Theatre, The Rover and The Cherry Orchard, Resident Acting Company, Cornell University. All’s Well That Ends Well at The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., Michael Kahn, director. Karen played Masha in The Three Sisters and Alma in Summer and Smoke, Paul Giovanni, director. Film credits: Mirabel in Modern Love, Robby Benson, director, and a film project with Tandy Cronyn. Ms Eterovich is currently a member of the WRITE ON! Playwriting Group, Managing Director for Blue Roses Productions. She was recently honored with membership to the League of Professional Theatre Women and is currently a member of Women Stage the World, a new sub-committee of the League's Advocacy Program.