Carol has directed over 50 plays including 7 world premieres, a quarter of Shakespeare's canon, a few musicals and an opera. Recent work includes The Most Dangerous Woman in America at 18th Avenue Arts, Loves Labours Lost for Seattle Pacific University, Urinetown at Cornish College of the Arts. Other credits include, The God Game, Singing In the Rain, Emma, The Art of Racing in the Rain, Reckless, Bug, Dead Man's Cell Phone, End Days, Stop Kiss, Halcyon Days, Betrayal, Wit, Proof, Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, Winter's Tale, Complete Wks of Willm Shakespeare, Don’t You Dare Love Me, The Vertical Hour, Retreat from Moscow and others. Formerly she has served as Artistic Associate at Seattle Public Theater, on the Board of Directors of Greenstage Theater, and was a founding member of Green Highway Theater in Chicago. Carol teaches at Cornish College of the Arts and a member of the Sandbox Arts Collective. She holds an MFA from The Shakespeare Theater at George Washington University and a BA from University of Chicago.