Review of Our Country’s Good with Ramps On The Moon in Miro Magazine:
Some stand out performances include Caroline Parker, who plays the overlooked; and absolutely hilarious Meg Long, or ‘Shitty Meg’. Parker is used to
expertly sign and speak for other characters on stage. In particular, her interpreting for Fifi Garfield’s Dabby Bryant is a delight, as Parker ensures that Garfield is still successfully interruptive to the growingly exasperated Lieutenant Clark’s
auditions and rehearsals with great effect.
Ramps On The Moon production Our Country’s Good review by Amelia for Exaunt.
There are some beautiful moments in this production, due largely to the exceptional performances
of the cast. In particular, Caroline Parker’s multi-roled presence as actor, BSL interpreter and voiceover for other characters is a constant delight. Her delivery is both funny and clear which provides a wonderful contrast to the heavier moments in
Edmund The Learned Pig got great reviews, Three Weeks and Fringe Review2015 gave us 5*! Here's a lovely mention from Fringe review....
......The Missus, is played by the divine Caroline Parker,
she is a comic actor with a wonderful presence and timing and has a slightly frazzled “Mrs Lovett” look about her, plus she wants to make pies!
by Jo Tomalin Fringe Review 2015
Funny People at Edinburgh
Fringe, great reviews 4* from WOW24/7, Broadway Babes and Three Weeks. Here are some mentions....
......New girl to the party is Caro Sparks and she lives right up to her name. Highlights of her set include finding out British Sign
L anguage for c***and an unforgettable, fabulous signing version of Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights. I have never liked that song. Till now.
By Kate Copstick WOW24/7
If I had a pound for every time I’ve seen
a “comedian” try and get laughs from miming along to Kate Bushes’ Wuthering Heights I’d be in a much better financial situation. I believed that the idea had been exhausted but Caro Sparks decided to prove me wrong,
and I am glad she did. Her time spent working the cabaret scene has gifted her with fantastic timing.
by James W Woe Broadway Baby
Won Best Actress Award for jean St Clair's film 'If I Dont Lose...' At Clin d'Oeil Festival 2015,
here's the link to see the film
Cinedeaff III in Rome
have just informed me I have won the Award for Best Interpretation in short film 'If I Don't Lose, I will Lose'.
'The award goes to Caroline Parker for her ease and immediacy in offering emotions to the audience and
for the unusual ability to propose her own acting style, original and of great quality.'
http://www.ruthmontgomery.co.uk/?p=1423 Here's a little something I worked on
with Ruth Montgomery.
Enjoyed working with Red Earth playing Maud the Witch in 'Hansel and Gretel' on a UK theatre tour Last year, tickets were sold out so we had to do extra shows. Got 4 stars in The Stage paper
Tour of Signs of a Diva around Ireland went very well, here's a lovely review
Had great reviews **** The Metro for Theatre Royal Stratford East playing the role of Fairy Bow Bell in Dick Whittington. Was on front page of The Stage and Television
Today paper with Michael Bertenshaw who played King Rat. Also was on cover of British Deaf News with intervieew inside.