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4/9/15: Looks like I'll be returning to the South Pacific again this summer! I'm thrilled to be playing Lt. Cable at Ivoryton Playhouse this July. The show will feature a terrific production team and cast.


3/29/15: I'm currently in rehearsals for Marry Me a Little at Montgomery Theatre. We'll be opening on 4/10, and the show is really coming along!


11/10/14:  Just booked a print ad for a printer/copier company that's shooting later this month.  I'll reveal the company name as soon as I'm allowed!


6/7/14:  Super excited to announce that I'll be reprising my role as Lt. Cable in South Pacific at West Virginia Public Theatre this summer!  Great cast featuring Jessica Lee Goldyn, from the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line.


3/15/14: My picture for the Bank of America ad is on a billboard at the BoA outside Times Square.  Picture soon to come!


11/4/13: Just shot a national print campaign for Bank of Americaas a principal.  Very cool to do print work for the first time!


6/3/13:  I'm 2 weeks into a run of South Pacific at Engeman Theater as Lieutenant Joe Cable.  Its been a huge hit so far and runs until 7/14!  Here's some of our rave reviews:  Broadway World , Long Island Newsday , Northport Patch , Smithtown Matters.


2/10/13:  I'm very excited to announce that I just signed with an agent!  I am now represented by Michael Rodriguez at The Roster.  


11/28/12:  So honored to have recieved Broadway World Boston and Long Island Award nominations for Best Actor in a Musical for my portrayal of Joe in 9 to5!


11/16/12:  Oklahoma! will be closing in just a few days.  We've had an excellent run!  Great audiences and some even better reviews!  Here's a review from Arizona Republic.


11/1/12:  Did a fun interview with David Appleford of 99.9 KEZ to promote Oklahoma!


7/29/12:  I will be making my return to Arizona Broadway Theatre in October to play the role of Curly in Oklahoma!  Really excited.  I've always wanted to play this role.


5/28/12:  Just got word that the production of 9 to 5 this summer will feature Sally Struthers in the role of Roz!


4/29/12:  Just booked he role of Joe in 9 to 5!  The production will have a 2 week run at Gateway Playhouse and then a month at Ogunquit Playhouse.  I'll be heading out to Long Island to start rehearsals at the beginning of July.


4/10/12:  Finished a fantastic run as Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulvard at Arizona Broadway Theatre.  I miss the role already!


1/27/12:  I have just officially joined Actors Equity Association!  I'm very excited to be an Equity actor.


12/23/11:  Westchester Broadway Theatre has asked me to stay on to be in My Fair Lady!   I'll be in the quartet and understudying Freddy.  The show runs until 1/29/12.


11/20/11:  Guys and Dolls closes tonight, and I'm going straight into rehearsals for a lead role in  Home for the Holidays at Westchester Broadway Theatre, tommorrow morning in NYC.


10/5/11:  I'm going to be playing the role of Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH.  Great chance to play the role I understudied before!


6/9/11:  I have accepted a contract at Arizona Broadway Theatre to play Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard!  Rehearsals will begin in February 2012 and the show will run all of March and the first week of April.


5/11/11:  This summer I'll be working at Mount Washington Valley Theatre in North Conway, NH.  I've been cast as Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees, Link in Hairspray, and Anthony in Sweeney Todd.


5/9/11:  Guys and Dolls run has been going great!  The show is getting lots of great reviews from The New York Times, and lots of other publications.  Just over a month left!


4/2/11:  Busy with rehearsals for Guys and Dolls, directed by Peter Flynn and starring Andrea Burns and a host of other Broadway stars.  Check it out on Broadwayworld!


3/4/11:  Just got cast in the John W. Engeman Theatre's production of Guys and Dolls!  I'll be in the ensemble and understudying Sky Masterson.


For South Pacific Engeman Theatre, NY:


""Wonderful production...Peter Carrier was Cable...I have to single him out because he was the best Cable I've ever seen...I guess that's a difficult role...that's not easy to do. And really, Peter Carrier just was terrific... So that alone made the whole show just work so much better, in that sense, than the Lincoln Center production."

                                                -Michael Portantiere, Broadway Radio 


"First and foremost, Peter Carrier as Lieutenant Joseph Cable, who is mesmerizing with his redition of the classic  Bali Ha'i, then he steals the show with his performance of Younger Than Springtime.  Mr. Carrier has one of the most delightful voices ever to grace the Engeman stage, and he is a delight to watch in South Pacific."

                         -David and Sophie Ambro, The Northport Observer


For Oklahoma! at Arizona Broadway Theatre, AZ:

"The show opens with the instantly recognizable "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin", sung by Carrier in a tenor as clear and warm as the subject of the song."

                                                          -Kerry Lengel, Arizona Republic



For Sunset Boulevard at Arizona Broadway Theatre,  AZ:

"Carrier does a nice job of balancing charm and cynicism, and his voice is a pleasure to listen to."

                                                          -Kerry Lengel, Arizona Republic


For Plaid Tidings at Penobscot Theater, ME:

"Carrier has a great tenor voice and a relaxed stage presence, perfect as the main crooner and unofficial leader of the group, Frankie."

      -Emily Burnham, Bangor Daily News


For Brigadoon at Cortland Repertory Theater, NY:

"Carrier was not only relatable and entertaining to watch, but his voice was phenomenal.  There was not a note he didn't hit perfectly."

-Danica Hall, Cortland Standard


"Carrier is a handsome blond hunk who sings wonderfully"

-James MacKillop, Syracuse New Times


"The two leads are another bonus for this production.  Peter Carrier and Emily Beth Brockway are superb individually as Tommy and Fiona and there is a palpable heat to their work together. The Heather on the Hill, From This Day On and Almost Like Being in Love are given heft by the sparks the pair generate leading into the songs.  Both excel as actors too, bringing focus and honest emotion to the roles.  It is superior work."

-CNY Theater News


For Damn Yankees at Cortland Repertory Theater, NY:

"Carrier can do no wrong as a singer, confidently grasping notes others might reach for and offering tenderness as well as power... though Carrier's vocal talent is evident, his abs might be more memorable than his A's."

-Rocks and Bubblegum (blog)


"Peter Carrier, masculine and conflicted as (Joe) Hardy"

-Joy Crocker, Syracuse Post Standard

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