20 years professional experience
in theatres, films, commercials, and voiceovers
in America and the UK
Nominated for Best Actress - Portsmouth International Film Festival
Nominated for Best Actress - Southampton International Film Festival
"Caroline Lawton is indefatigably charming as Orlando"
- Jeremy Goodwin, Boston Globe
"Caroline Lawton is warm and down to earth as Charlotte, despite hanging from the ceiling on aerial silks for her jaw-dropping acrobatics."
- Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan
"Real, funny, touching - the dialogue is beautifully written, and flawlessly delivered in bravura performanes by Lawton and D’Amico under John Terry’s expert direction."
- Christopher Gray, Oxford Times
"Caroline Lawton was lustrous in an ensemble role in last summer's ''Arcadia" at the Publick Theatre, but here she so commands the stage that Lawton serves notice she could be the next big star in Boston. Whether her Louise Maske is in a spacey, wide-eyed frame of mind or turning on her love light for the poet, she's an absolute delight"
- Ed Siegel, Boston Globe
"Lawton is lively and puckish, leaving us—like the Taubs—off balance as we await Lee's next stunt." - Nancy Grossman, Broadway World
"Caroline Lawton plays Lee with an abundance of spunk and style, very much capturing our attention."
- David Brooks Andrews, DailyNews
"The show marks the return of Caroline Lawton to the Lyric after an extended absence, and her take on Lee is something to see. Tossing her auburn locks and sauntering around in buccaneer boots as if she owned not only Marjorie's place but her psyche as well. Lawton is nearly a perfect sexual sphinx, which is just what Lee should be."
- The Hub Review
"Supporting actors John (Allan Mayo) and Erin (Caroline Lawton) are also memorable, turning their local detectives into three-dimensional characters made human by quirks and shows of genuine sympathy."
- Jan Nargi, Broadway World