Carter will be featured alongside his peers in the Carnegie Mellon Actor's Showcase in New York. For more information and to learn more about the CMU Drama Centennial Class, click here.
Check out Carter in Tarell Alvin McCraney's The Brother's Size which will close out Carnegie Mellon's Centennial Season. April 23-25th. Purnell Center for the Arts.
-Wednesday (23rd), Thursday (24th) @ 8pm
-Friday (25th) @ 4pm & 8pm
The Award-Winning production of Gertrude Stein Saints! returns to New York after an amazing run in the 2013 NY Fringe Festival. June 12-29th. Abrons Arts Center.
Carter will be performing in This Is How It Goes by Neil Labute, as a part of Carnegie Mellon's Centennial Season. Feb. 26-28th. Purnell Center for the Arts.
-Wednesday (26th), Thursday (27th) @ 8pm
-Friday (28th) @ 4pm & 8pm
Carter starts filming "The Chair," a comedy directed by YouTube sensation Shane Dawson that will also have a spin off reality show based on the "Making Of" the movie.
Underdogs received a limited nationwide release in select cities and is now available on DVD, iTunes, DirectTV and Video OnDemand.
Carter departs for England, where he will be spending a semester studying abroad and training at the world-renowned Drama Centre London.
Along with his team of collaborators, Carter finishes production on "Redwood Time," a web-series following the life of a fictional character inspired and based on Carter Redwood himself. Check it out here.
The Princess Grace Foundation-USA has selected Carter as an official 2013-2014 Theater Honorarium for his excellence in the arts. Press release and other info here.
Carter will be making an appearance in the 17th Annual New York International Fringe Festival August 9-14th with Gertrude Stein Saints! www.gertrudesteinsaints.com
Carter will be closing out Carnegie Mellon's 2013 Season with an adaptation of Shakespeare's As You Like It, running May 1-4th. Purnell Center for the Arts.
-Wednesday (1st), Thursday (2nd) @ 8pm
-Friday (3rd) @ 4pm & 8pm
-Saturday (4th) @ 2pm & 8pm
Check out an adaptation of Gertrude Stein's 4 Saints in 3 Acts running at Carnegie Mellon Feb. 20-22. It features an original score created by the cast! Purnell Center for the Arts. Free Admission.
-Wednesday (20th), Thursday (21st) @ 8pm
-Friday (22nd) @ 4pm & 8pm
Carnegie Mellon Drama presents its annual collection of New Work Plays. Catch Carter in The Killer of Desire, running at the end of the month. Located in the Purnell Center for the Arts. Free Admission. Performance Dates:
-Wednesday, Oct. 24 @ 9pm
-Friday, Oct. 26 & Saturday, Oct. 27 @ 6pm
Carter kicks off the Carnegie Mellon Drama season with Michael Weller's Moonchildren.
Located in the Purnell Center for the Arts. Free admission. Performance dates:
-Monday, Sept. 17 @ 6:30pm and 8:30pm
-Thursday, Sept. 20 @ 8pm
-Saturday, Sept. 22 @ 2pm
Production is underway on the feature film Underdogs. Set in rural Ohio, the only things that matter are "God, family, and football." Check it out at: www.underdogsthemovie.com
Carter starts production on the indie film Blood First, where he stars as one of two brothers born to hustle in the streets of Pittsburgh. More info at: www.bloodfirstthemovie.com
Check out Amiri Baraka's Dutchman. Running April 26 - May 12 at Bricolage Production Co. For more information, visit www.webbricolage.org
Carter will be making an appearance in B.U.S. 7: Bricolage Urban Scrawl
-- an annual 24-hour theatre festival held by Bricolage Production Co. The performance is Feb. 25th. For more information, visit www.webbricolage.org
Mark your calendars to catch Carter in Carnegie Mellon School of Drama's PLAYGROUND -- a festival of student performances and installments. Running Feb. 2-4th. Free to the public. For more information, click here.
Carter has been filming the The Recall, an indie short by Pittsburgh Filmmaker Ace Yilma. For more information, visit www.therecallfilm.com
Check out August in August, a collection of scenes celebrating August Wilson's century cycle. Carter will be playing Cory in Fences, opposite Tony-award nominee, Stephen Mckinley-Henderson (reprising his Broadway role), and Pittsburgh's Sala Udin.