Around the World in 80 Days: Actor's Co-Op

"Andrew Carter has a freewheeling field day as servant Passepartout, pratfalls and tea service included."

-- David C. Nichols, LA Times (Critic's Pick)

"Carter struts his comedic stuff as the one-and-only, hilariously accented Passepartout, and a stellar Co-op guest artist Debut it is."

-- Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA

"Carter (does) a devilishly sly Frenchman..."

-- Ron Irwin,

"Carter's Passepartout is nimble and crafty, even as he falls prey to thieves and misfortunes."

-- Melinda Schupmann, Arts in LA

"Andrew boundlessly energetic."

-- Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive 

The Pitmen Painters: TimeLine Theatre

"The superbly cast Andrew Carter...cleverly explores how the pull of self-interest only results in more self-loathing."

-- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

"Carter [gives] a nuanced portrayal mixing admiration and condescension..."

-- Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

"Carter gives a warm performance that brings genuine sincerity to his interactions with the students."

-- Oliver Sava, Time Out Chicago

Frost/Nixon: TimeLine Theatre

"Carter certainly nails the physicality and the celebrity essence of Frost."

-- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

"... with both a quiet confidence and hunger for success...Carter's easy, sexy confidence  is spot-on."

-- Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

" As Frost, Carter presents an unflappable exterior, concealing a tenaciously competitive spirit."

-- John Beer, Time Out Chicago

"Carter's Frost goes from bespoke peacock to Grand Inquistor-in-spite-of-himself with convincing subtlety."  

-- Kerry Reid, Chicago Reader

The History Boys: TimeLine Theatre

"...more effective in certain key ways than the original National Theatre production, and to my mind more moving as well. "

-- Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

"...Carter deftly places [an empty hole] in the heart of his wound-tight character, Irwin."

-- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

"Carter [gives] an exceptionally subtle, inward portrayal."

-- Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

"Carter is razor sharp, giving a piercing portrait of a man who is torturously attracted to the senior year golden boys..."

--  Catey Sullivan,

Yentl: Asolo Repertory Theatre

"Carter is a caring, compassionate Avigdor..."

-- Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald-Tribune

"Carter [gives] a winning performance here..."

-- Kay Kipling, Sarasota Magazine

"Carter shows his vulnerable side, while maintaining the stubbornness of the average guy."

-- Charles Schelle, SarasotaPatch

Once In a Lifetime: Asolo Repertory Theatre

"Carter gets to the heart of Jerry's fast-talking dreamer."

-- Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Fallen Angels: Asolo Repertory Theatre

"Andrew Carter, as Jane’s husband, Will, conveys the proper air of nonchalance born of love fading over the years."

-- Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald-Tribune