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Actor, Singer, Writer
Current: Playing the 14-character female track in Ken Ludwig's Baskerville, at freeFall Theatre Company
"Pekar, as the lone female, is a singular presence. She gets to run the gamut from spit and snarl through a series of delicious accents to a scarlet-gowned love interest who indeed stops our cowboy at first sight as he dissolves mid-sentence with “my lord, you have beautiful eyes.”
Full review here.
"What can I possibly say about the supporting ensemble of Kelly Pekar, James Putnam and Robert Teasdale? The rapid-fire ease with which they changed characters – a LOT of characters – was almost as impressive as their precise comic timing and the world (literally), of accents they mastered. Meryl Streep would be impressed."
"Pekar, a freeFall alum, morphs from housemaid to lovely young ingenue, to a cockney boy, to an old German crone – Inga, my personal favorite, made me laugh out loud. Imagine the wedding priest from Princess Bride meets the Bride of Frankenstein meets Frau Blücher. As comic moments go – perfection."
Full Review here.
Recent: Back in NYC after starring as Sally Talley in the first London production in 40 years of Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning two-hander, Talley's Folly, fall of 2022.
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