“The Death of a Miner” by Paula Cizmar is an engaging and cinematically told story about a woman coal miner’s and the politics of fighting a union for death benefits that are typically left for widows.
“Carmen Lamar plays the pensione’s proprietor, Fioria (Time of the Cuckoo), and does so with such earthy, intense ‘Italian’ you keep blinking to see if it might really be Ana Magnani.”
Michael Millius, Theatre Review
"The songs are beautifully served up by a quartet of accomplished singers—Philip Anderson, Katie Geissinger, Carmen Lamar, and Gregory Purnhagen (in Rendezvous and Friends)...How can anyone resist the four part harmony rendition of "April in Paris" or Carmen's "La Vie En Rose?"
Oscar E. Moore, TalkEntertainment.com
"To thank you would be an understatement. I'm grateful to you for being who you are, and that we had the good fortune to work with you on this most important project. You define professionalism. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you again."
Tony Paris, Visualize, Inc.
"Carmen Lamar is heartbreaking as the desperate mother-to-be (The Baby Dance)."
Chesley Piemmons, The Danbury News Times
"You look and sound marvelous!"
Patalia Tate, The History Channel
“Carmen Lamar has a clear, soprano voice with just the right touch of old-fashioned timbre and mellowness, the kind you could listen to for hours.”
Laurie Lawson, Electronic Link Journey
“Carmen Lamar works physical wonders as Corrinna Stroller (The House of Blue Leaves), a beautiful actress who drops in on the Shaughnessy apartment to bring greetings from Billy. Her problem is she’s secretly deaf. Her attempts to pretend she can hear and engage in conversation are hysterical.”
Edward Buroughs, The Journal News
“You're really wonderful (as Monica in Maids of Honor). You looked great and your acting had complexity and conviction. You were very good at staying real and within yourself.”