SHE LIKE GIRLS by Chisa Hutchinson
GLAAD Media Award Winner for Outstanding New York Theater

  Karen Eilbacher, left, and Karen Sours at the Ohio Theater, NYC

Karen Eilbacher, left, and Karen Sours at the Ohio Theater, NYC

 “Gifted Sours, who gives the evening’s most harrowing performance of all. She nails all of Marisol’s grace notes with compassion and nuance.”                    Show Business by Doug Strassler


“Karen Sours is both defiantly strong and heartbreakingly vulnerable as Marisol.”           Theater Is Easy by Dan Dinero


“Ebullient, outgoing cheerleader, Marisol (Karen Sours). …Ms. Sours gives a fine, heartbreaking performance.”       Blogcritics by Jon Sobel

“Marisol (Karen Sours), the Hispanic bombshell who is surprisingly complex for a sex symbol. When Sours turns on the salsa music and shimmies around the stage, it's easy to be seduced.”         Back Stage by Nicole Villeneuve

 
“The play is certainly most engaging when it showcases the romance between Kia and Marisol (Karen Sours)… watching these girls feel free… was really what kept me intrigued.”          nytheater.com by E. Michael Lockley

 
“Sexy, outgoing crush, Marisol Feliciano (Karen Sours)”        Time Out New York by Beth Greenfield

 
“Kia falls for Marisol Feliciano (Karen Sours), a love story at heart.”       New York Times by Rachel Saltz

 

COLOR TV'S EN TIJUANA by Casey Wimpee

  Karen Sours and Malcolm Madera at Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY

Karen Sours and Malcolm Madera at Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY

“…the young lady who played Maria (Karen Sours) is outstanding.”        nytheater.com by Richard Hinojosa

 

7 SINS IN 60 MINUTES by Paula Cizmar, Anne Phelan, Cheryl L Davis, Melissa Tien, Natalia Naman,  Chisa Hutchinson, and Olga de la Fuente

  Michael Rosete, Karen Sours, Duane Cooper, and Cortnie Loren Miller at HERE Arts Center, NYC

Michael Rosete, Karen Sours, Duane Cooper, and Cortnie Loren Miller at HERE Arts Center, NYC

“…Leading the pack for me was Karen Sours as Amadea. The show opened with her drunkenly stumbling across the stage tripping over her stiletto heels while wielding a bottle of Svedka…. She also kicks off her shoes. Hard to buy someone going barefoot in the streets of New York? Not with Sours’ expert portrayal (who) captured the experience perfectly….”            TheaterOnline by Andrew Cohen

 

THIS IS THE NEW AMERICAN THEATRE by Danny Bowes and Tom X Chao

 The Brick Theater, Brooklyn, NY

The Brick Theater, Brooklyn, NY

“Melissa Roth and Karen Sours are great as Astrid and Marcy: very funny, very bold.”          nytheatre.com by James Comtois