Karen Kovacs Dydzuhn
Karen Kovacs Dydzuhn decided she wanted to become a "star" when she saw firs saw Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz." With her heart set on performing on New York's Great White Way, Karen began taking voice, dance and acting classes and performing in community theaters at age 11. Though her passion for Broadway musicals never faltered, Karen discovered boys and other academic subjects, such as writing, in high school. This led to a career writing for a number of Fairfield County's newspapers and magazines. Karen specializes in writing about the performing and fine arts because of its ability to transform hearts and minds. Live theater pieces, musical performances and visual creations can alter one's perceptions and, in fact, effect change. It also could just make you feel good!
Karen Kovacs Dydzuhn deleted post in Westport Country Playhouse's "The Dining Room" Opens the Doors to a WASP-y World May 5, 2013 at 08:05 pm