About Me


Karen Morrow,


beloved stage and television personality, first stepped onto the New York stage as the female lead 'Jeannie' in I Had a Ball co-starring Buddy Hackett and Richard Kiley. Her last performance on Broadway was playing the dual role of ‘The Princess Puffer’/‘Miss Angela Prysock’ in the original Tony® Award-winning musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Her stage work outside of New York includes the role of ‘Parthy’ in the Tony®- Award winning production of Show Boat, as well as leading roles in Die Fledermaus, Anything Goes, Annie Get Your Gun, Call Me Madam, Hello, Dolly!, Oliver!, Follies, Sweeney Todd, A New Brain and White Christmas - The Musical.

She has appeared in concerts with major orchestras in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Honolulu and The White House. She can be heard on the concept album Miss Spectacular, a studio recording of an unproduced work by Jerry Herman with whom she has worked and recorded extensively.

Other albums include White Christmas: The Musical. Karen performed regularly on Garrison Keillor's popular broadcast A Prairie Home Companion. She starred in the series Singin' alongside her performance peer (and friend) Nancy Dussault. Together, they won an Emmy® Award for the PBS program Cabaret Tonight.

In addition to theatre and concert performances, Karen is a nationally sought-after Master Class Teacher in the art of musical theatre performance. She has conducted classes at Carnegie-Mellon; Northwestern; University of Southern California; University of California-Irvine; Pepperdine; Arizona State University; Viterbo; Baylor; the Kennedy Center and the Los Angeles Music Center. Formerly an adjunct-professor with the Bolger Music Theatre Program at the University of California-Los Angeles.

Karen keeps busy conducting a bi-monthly singers' workshop in audition and performance skills, as well as traveling the world as guest artist and presenter.