Glorious voice and incredible stage presence!


Karen's dynamic three octave range and multiple array of talents have been seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, at Lincoln Center, in national tours, performing arts venues, Japan, Canada, Las Vegas, regional and stock theatres, cruise ships, commercials, jingles, cast albums, TV, film, cabarets, benefits and conferences, as well as WWII Veteran activities, the Winter Olympics at Lake Placid and the U.S. Capitol. She has performed in 49 states and a few of her theatre credits include Phantom of the Opera, Brigadoon, Oklahoma, Carousel, Cabaret, West Side Story, Baby, My Fair Lady, Student Prince, and The Boyfriend. She worked with the legendary Broadway impresario George Abbott on Broadway in a show which garnered international media celebrating his 100th birthday. She also spent three years in Never-Neverland performing with Sandy Duncan in Peter Pan and then three years in Camelot with Richard Harris and later with Robert Goulet. She has also shared the stage with many show business luminaries including Christopher Hewitt, Frank Gorshin, Hal Linden, and Jack Gilford.

Karen has an impressive track record of more than 25 industrials and conferences for such companies as Frito-Lay, Dr. Pepper, B.F. Goodrich, Wilsonart, J. C. Penney, Dairy Queen, Mary Kay Cosmetics, The United Methodist Conference, Texas Credit Union, and The American Bible Society. She was also a founding member and producer of Fifth Avenue Theatre Company in New York City.

As a choreographer she has created the musical staging for over 100 shows, events and commercials, including the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for sixteen years and, in between concert performances, Karen can be found traveling around the country judging regional and nationally broadcast dance competitions.

Her concert work started with Singing For Victory - Songs of WWII, a show which is very dear to her heart. When she was growing up she listened to her family's recordings from the 1940s and always felt strongly drawn to that era. Karen realized how vital this music was in our country's history and the importance it had in keeping spirits high while so many were sacrificing so much. She was determined to not let this music be forgotten. This concert is dedicated to her family members who have served our country and all those who have given of themselves to protect our freedom.

From performing Hamlet with Shakespeare in the Park, to being the "voice" of a new Frito-Lay potato chip, to singing concerts in performing arts venues and cabarets worldwide, Karen always brings panache and professionalism to her work … and the magic relationship with a live audience is always a thrill for her!