Karen Carpenter

Karen Carpenter

William Inge Center for the Arts

Director and producer in New York City, New York

About Karen

Karen Carpenter is the Producing Artistic Director of the William Inge Center for the Arts and the annual Inge Festival, which celebrates a significant playwright for distinguished achievement in the American Theater each spring. She is best known theatrically as the director of the smash hit, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, by Delia and Nora Ephron, which ran a record 3 years in NYC and has gone on to play all over the world. This year she will make her feature film directing debut on a contemporary adaptation of William Inge's novel, Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff.


Name: Karen Carpenter

Lives in: New York City, New York

Company: William Inge Center for the Arts

Occupation: Director and Producer

Unique traits: premiers of new plays, independent film directing debut

Awards

  • Drama Desk Award, Best Unique Theatrical Experience
    (2009)

Education

  • Yale Drama School Faculty
    (1991-1996)

Karen's Profile Statistics

  • Since: August 2015
  • Last online: > 2 weeks ago
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Theodore Nolan
Luis Montalvo
Michael Savage Aka Sirtony
Darren A. Furniss
Ora M. Lewis Legacy
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