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Come see kirsta as lucius in william shakespeare's cymbeline with the porters theater company             at the whitmore-lindley in north hollywood.  Tickets are available at <porterscymbeline.brownpapertickets.com> and she will be performing on the following dates:

september 9th, september 16th, september 30th, october 14th at 2:00 PM and                                   september 14th, september 15th, september 22nd, september 28th, and october 12th at 8:00 PM  

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Kirsta starred in the short film, breakfast, which was just an official selection at the sxsw film festival

she has been featured on the mindy project, bad judge, the last ship, and the thundermans

NEWS


news

Kirsta starred in the short film, breakfast, which was just an official selection at the sxsw film festival

she has been featured on the mindy project, bad judge, the last ship, and the thundermans

 
 

"kirsta peterson plays the abrasive powerhouse that is Rose with a tear-dripping finesse required of a woman whose cracked veneer reveals the hollow and damaged interior we'd expect from a human pinball in life's unfair machine."

-excerpt from Marc Wheeler's review for Rosemary with Ginger at the lounge theater

 

 

 

 

Praise for Kirsta as Andromache in trojan women

"Kirsta Peterson is simply the very best thing in the show, bringing such raw and wonderful emotion to her character Andromache and speaking her lines with powerful phrasing. The scene where she contemplates, and eventually accepts, the death of her son is just brilliant.  It's heartbreaking and beautifully acted. The rest of the cast sadly disappears with a loud roar."

-Excerpt from Mateo Moreno's review for big vision empty wallet

 

"Possessed of more vocal dexterity or voice training than the other female actors, only Kirsta Peterson, as Andromache, employs a full range of pitches and dynamics, using her voice to support the emotionality of her speeches by building from deep, alluring tones to short, anguished shouts of hysteria."

-excerpt from Lisa Jo sagolla's review for backstage