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THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER AS PERFORMED BY
THE QUEEN OF FRANCE AND HER FRIENDS by cara johnston 
Edinburgh festival fringe | directed by cara johnston
filmed by jun kang

 



"Cara Johnston’s portrayal of Marie Antoinette
really touched on some whimsical and tender
moments of which I felt the 2006 film lacked."

-Tony Frame, GONZO MAGAZINE 
FULL REVIEW
HERE



"she is excellent, exuding majesty, elegance
and arrogance"

-Louise penn, lou reviews 
FULL REVIEW HERE


"Johnston exudes royalty and frivolity
within her role."

-Amy Rye, LOST IN THEATRELAND
FULL REVIEW
HERE


"Elements of the young Austrian girl who would
become the last Queen of France are hinted,
within the manner Johnston holds herself –
dainty yet understanding of her role."

-DOMINIC CORR, CORR BLIMELY
FULL REVIEW HERE



"Johnston’s work is deeply comic on
a variety of levels."

-Russ Bickerstaff, THE SMALL STAGE
FULL REVIEW
HERE


 

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medea by Euripides
voices found repertory | directed by jennifer vosters
pictured with Andy Montano | Photo by Laura heise

 



"Cara Johnston skillfully casts a stylish
sense of mystery into the character. She radiates
a hauntingly hypnotic intensity that bleeds
a deeper enigma into the existential
substance of revenge."
-Russ Bickerstaff, THE SMALL STAGe
FULL REVIEW HERE



"Johnston is cold-blooded in her portrayal of Medea,
but still shows signs of humanisM"
-PARKER THOMPSON, the shepherd express 
FULL REVIEW HERE



"the mesmerizing Cara Johnston"
-CATHERINE JOZWIK, Wisconsin theatre spotlight
FULL REVIEW HERE



"she brings a larger-than-life quality:
you can well believe that she
might be a powerful sorceress."
-Jeff Grygny, PLAY ON MKE
FULL REVIEW HERE


 

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The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg
Renaissance Theatreworks | Directed by suzan fete
Pictured with Marti Gobel | Photo by Ross E. Zentner

 



"Cara Johnston compellingly portrays the way many
women sought power within the patriarchal setting:
through seduction, both literal and figurative."

-SELENA MILEWSKI, THE SHEPHERD EXPRESS
FULL REVIEW
HERE


"a lovely, lilting Cara Johnston"
-Kelsey lawler, planet kelsey
FULL REVIEW
HERE

 

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quality street by j. m. barrie
acacia theatre Company | Directed by erin nicole eggers
Pictured with ben parman | Photo by laura heise

 



"Her performance was flawless.
From delivery to dictiON she was a
mesmerizing leading lady that brought
her own flare to the role."

-kate lafond, shepherd express

FULL REVIEW HERE


"beautifully acted"
-JULIE McHALE, GMTODAY

FULL REVIEW HERE