THE MEDIA SAYS ABOUT
AS SPORTIN' LIFE
Sportin' Life is a worthy successor to John W. Bubbles, who created
- New York Daily News
Williams slithered about sinuously as Sportin' Life, dealing his
happy dust in an ingratiating way that Bess understandably found
- New York Times
Williams's Sportin' Life used his agile body to suggest the slipperiness
of the character, while rightly stopping the show with It Ain't
- Times of London
has two show-stopping songs, It Ain't Necessary So and There's
a Boat Dat's Leavin Soon, and he stopped the show in both of them.
-The Washington Post
AS THE EBONITE IN THE TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTHONY
Williams is an old man who sings a quietly moving testimonial, "I
Knew the Carpenter's Son."
-The New York Times
standout was Charles Williams, who as an old Ebonite, cane in hand,
commanded a tremendous, crackly presence as he recounted how he "knew
a carpenter's son."
- The New York Sun (review of The Temptation of St. Anthony)
Williams made a dramatic impact as the Old Man...
-Musical Opinion (London)
the voice of history, ageless yet strong -- and utterly convincing.
- The Los Angeles Times
Charles Williams is a star to hear in Munich. You'll look far to find his equal.
- Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Munich, Germany
is an entertainer who reaches out to make direct contact with his
listeners, capable of acting as well as singing, using his mobile
face and expressive hands to weave a story into every song.
- The Alexandria Gazette
Charles Williams is available for concerts, workshops and master classes in vocal technique. For further information, contact Charles Williams.