Kara Mikula grew up in Pittsburgh, PA with her two sisters, Kristen and Katie. She has been involved with theatre, dance, and music for as long as she can remember. Kara followed in her sisters' footsteps and began playing the violin and piano at the age of three. Quickly thereafter, she became interested in theatre and singing.
After landing her first big role in 7th grade as the title role in Annie, Kara began studying voice with Sandra Eames Greciano and has continued to do so to this day. With guidance from her parents and teachers, Kara performed throughout high school and continued her studies at the college level. Kara graduated Summa Cum Laude from Point Park University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre. She steadfastly continues to pursue her musical theater career while residing in Manhattan.
THE CRADLE WILL ROCK
March 21 – May 19, 2019
at the Lynn F. Angelson Theater
In Steeltown, USA, laborer Larry Foreman struggles to unionize fellow steel workers against mounting attacks from a greedy industrialist, who uses his power to influence nearly everyone else in town. Marc Blitzstein’s play in music, created through the Federal Theater Project, was famously shut down on the eve of opening night by federal authorities fearing its pro-labor stance.
BY MARC BLITZSTEIN
DIRECTED BY JOHN DOYLE
Public On-Sale begins January 31, 2019*
Performances begin March 21, 2019*