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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

Jean Lowerison - SDGLN Theater Critic
Jean Lowerison - SDGLN Theater Critic
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Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.K8wd9cNQ.dpufC
Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.Q6PeoZLj.dpuf
Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.Q6PeoZLj.dpuf
Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.Q6PeoZLj.dpu
Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.K8wd9cNQ.dpuf
Charles Peters is terrific as the man who lives in his head - See more at: http://www.sdgln.com/entertainment/2014/04/23/sandiego-theater-review-sherlock-holmes-final-adventure#sthash.JhusDgLo.K8wd9cNQ.dpuf

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


SOCIAL SECURITY

 "...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."

- Robert Hitchcox, SD Theatre Scene

 
SHERLOCK HOLMES' EXCELLENT ADVENTURE
 
"David Grogan* brings constant hilarity to the stage as Holmes’ housekeeper Mrs. Hudson and sister innkeeper Mrs. Hudsonsister maximizing his time on stage as a key member of the ensemble. As Professor Moriarty, Charles Peters makes the villain seem less vile, trading sarcastically-humorous barbs with Holmes, Watson and members of the audience with equal fervor."
 
- Elizabeth Guiten, The Coronado Eagle
 
"David Grogan* gets to ham it up to perfection as Mrs. Hudson, the faithful housekeeper to Holmes and Watson, and as her sister Mrs. Hudsonsister, the proprietress of a country inn. Prof. Moriarty is appropriately sinister as portrayed by Charles Peters."
 
- Kathleen Downs, SD Theatre Scene
 
(* The name "David Grogan" was a fabrication. A false bio and head shot was created to throw off the audience from the twist ending in which Mrs. Hudson (Charles Peters) is revealed to be Professor Moriaty in disguise.)
 
 
 ANNIE
 
"Charles Peters turned in an exceptional performance in the multiple roles of Bert Healy, Harold Ickes and Lieutenant Stewart."
 
- Gerry Reeves, National Arts Digest
 
STATIONS
 
"We meet a suave, debonair man (Charles Peters in his third role in the festival) who apparently tries to seduce Sandy."
 
- Robert Hitchcox, SD Theatre Scene