SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FINAL ADVENTURE
"Peters is terrific, in Holmes’ various guises and disguises (and accents, noses and dialects). The dispassion of his erudite deductions is exquisite."
- Pat Launer, Times Of San Diego
"Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head."
- Jean Lowerison, SDGLN Theatre Critic
THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT
"...and a Southern Judge named Littlefield (the excellent Charles Peters, who also provides a riveting Caiaphas the Elder)."
- Charlene Baldridge, San Diego Uptown News
"— in performances by...Charles Peters as Caiaphas — does something genuine come from within."
- Jeff Smith, The Reader
"But, there are several indelible moments, such as...Mr. Peters' defensive bristling as Caiaphas the Elder..."
- Bill Eadie, San Diego Arts
"Charles Peters was very well cast for the Judge and Rabbi. These were two separate characters with their own personalities and histories."
- Peggy Lips-Kaz, San Diego Writeway
"...the production gives the laughs their due while anchoring the action in well-etched, clashing characters.
...As played with laid-back aplomb by Charles Peters, David is the cheerfully world-weary wheeler-dealer."
- James Hebert, San Diego Union-Tribune
VIOLETS BLOOM AT SUNSET
"Father Navarro (terrifyingly portrayed by Charles Peters, who makes memorable appearances in three of the seven festival plays)."
- Pat Launer, San Diego News Network
"This is a terrifying piece. It is a look into the Franco period of Spain where a priest, Father Navarro (Charles Peters), under the guise of religion, does horrible things...He absolutely nailed the inhumane priest."