Emma Cleveland Play House
"Carolyn Faye Kramer is wonderful as Emma’s friend “Harriet Smith”. Kramer shines an innocence into the unsophisticated but oh-so-moldable Harriet, who is the center of several of Emma’s failed matchmaking attempts. Her character is layered with so much expectation and uncertainty that one can’t help but root for her all the way through."
- Kate Miller, Cleveland Performing Arts Examiner
"Long and loud rounds of applause are appropriate for Carolyn Faye Kramer in the role of Harriet"
- Roger Smith, The Star Beacon
"Carolyn Faye Kramer is mousy and adorable as Harriet"
- Christine Howey, Cleve Scene
The Diary of Anne Frank
Steppenwolf Theatre Ensemble
"The family could not be a more real family, with their two daughters, Margo (Carolyn Faye Kramer) the eldest and young Anne."
- Alan Bresloff, The EpochTimes
"Carolyn Faye Kramer and Gail Shapiro played Margot and Edith Frank as fragile porcelain dolls, perfect foils to Kathy Scambiatterra’s overbearing and shallow Mrs. Van Daan"
- Elisabeth Kilpatrick, Medill Reports Chicago
"Carolyn Faye Kramer as a hollow-eyed Margot Frank"
- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
End Days Next Theatre, Chicago
"The last member of the family — wedged between this raving, recently religious mother and droopy father — is high-school student Rachel Stein. With a few colored streaks in her dark hair and eyes painted with all the spite of Satanic teenage rage, Rachel is the kind of daughter one might expect find in this fractured home. She’s goth and she’s too damn smart for her own good. Carolyn Faye Kramer plays the part with a delightful, earnest, heartfelt angst."
- Ian Epstein, Chicago Theater Beat
What Rhymes with America The Public Theatre, Maine
"Marlene, is portrayed with power and perception by Carolyn Faye Kramer... It’s an impressive Lewiston introduction to the talented young lady who was raised in the Boston area and has performed in numerous theatrical productions including “The Diary of Anne Frank” and on ABC-TV’s “The Family.” She’s a writer, visual artist, and black belt in kung fu, and she has performed around New York City with her musical and hip hop improvisation teams. Kramer’s portrayal of the willful but painfully isolated teen is right on target. Her stubbornness extends to her insistence on talking to her father behind a closed door." - David A. Sargent, Sun Journal
"Kramer offers a touching quality to the play as the teenage daughter, struggling to find her identity and self-worth in the wake of her parent’s separation. She also wrote the music for the songs her character sings throughout the play." - April Boyle, Portland Press Herald