"Giuliana Carr is quite wonderful as Mrs. Stern! Quite wonderful."

- Peter Filichia /  Broadway Radio

"Mrs. Stern Wanders the Prussian State Library"

"Carr is convincing as the young philosopher...Tightly wound, visibly shaking, her anxiety is palpable, but she’s clever enough to project disingenuousness when confronted with Frick’s questions."

- Ruth Ross / NJ Arts Maven

"Mrs. Stern Wanders the Prussian State Library"

"Not only have I observed Giuliana work with almost constant re-writes with ease and discipline, but I have seen how the collaborators have actually been inspired by Giuliana’s particular talents to shape portions of the play. Giuliana is a very gifted musician and singer as well as actor and the changes to the script have often been to play to these strengths. On a personal note, I love playing across from her as she is an open, generous and “in the moment” performer."


- Ellen Lancaster / Actress

"Michigan Murders"

"Carr gets the biggest laughs, especially in the first act, as she portrays a sarcastic outsider who has no idea how religion works but must pretend she is an expert anyway."

- Ben Kleppinger / The Advocate Messenger

"Drinking Habits"

" I would work with you in a drainage ditch. Anytime, anywhere."

- Mark Hardy / Director

"Twelfth Night"