Kate gets a glowing review

After a performance at the Providence Performing Arts Center (playing through Dec. 14th), Kate got quite the shout out in a review!

"Kate Turner, who makes an all-too-brief appearance as the “Lady of the Lake,” Nimue, had my favorite voice of the show: a crystal clear soprano that I wanted so much more of." -Kim Kalunian, WPRO News

What a review for the Marvelous Wonderettes!

A fantastic way to end the season at the Arundel Barn Playhouse and a fantastic review to go with it!

"After an unsuccessful trip to Hollywood hoping to become an actress, Cindy Lou (Turner) returned home to Springfield and fell for the bad boy, Billy Ray Patton. But their love was short-lived as Cindy Lou vulnerably performs in “Son of A Preacher Man” and “Leader of the Pack.”

SeacoastOnline.com By Jennifer Feals


Legally Blonde Review!

Glowing reviews from both SeacoastOnline.com and in the local Tourist News paper!

Seacoast Online review: "As the fashion-savvy but slightly ditzy Elle, Turner's voice really shines on the show's ballads, where she brings emotion and depth to such numbers as "Take It like a Man" and "Legally Blonde." It's in the second of those two numbers where Turner lets her character's vulnerability shine through, and her voice blends beautifully with that of Reed"


Tourist News: "Arundel Bran Scores with Legally Blonde"

"Kate Turner plays Elle with passion and a powerful singing and dance style, as she transforms her from the empty-headed blonde to the savvy heroine"

By Steve Hrehovick

My Fair Lady Review is in!

Another positive review for My Fair Lady from the Journal Tribune in York County, Maine!

"...kudos go to Kate Turner who plays the part of Higgins’ mother. Her bearing and diction were all that one could ask for."

By Morton Gold, Arts Reviewer


Happy News! This June, Kate Will be joining Arundel Barn Playhouse performing as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, Mrs.Higgins in My Fair Lady, Val in A Chorus Line, and Cindy Lou in The Mavelous Wonderettes!


In my spare time, I've taken to a new hobby! Please enjoy these Acapella Covers (which I affectionately call "Acacovers") recorded in my apartment.

"Say Something" originally by A Great Big World (The first experiment, a little lower quality due to a sub-par microphone) 


"The Chain" originally by Ingrid Michaelson


And one to show my Ukelele skills!

"You and I" also, originally by Ingrid Michaelson



Have a great day!