Directing Reviews

The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path – Embrace Theatre 2018

precise, thoughtful, and entertaining… a beautiful rumination [on] change written with sensitivity and empathy”

Winnipeg Free Press

“I hearti­ly rec­om­mend this play for its engag­ing sto­ry and sol­id act­ing, as well as the glimpse it offers into life in north­ern communities.”

UMFM 101.5 

“funny, cleverly staged

CBC Manitoba

LA BOHEME – Saskatoon Opera 2018

“There’s a lot to love… Peters and the Saskatoon Opera can consider this production a dazzling success.

Saskatoon StarPheonix Review


Clever direction from Charlie Peters… make[s] this a don’t-miss-it Fringe event… this one is a must see”

Wild Dog PLANK Review

SASKATCHEWAN OUTDOORS – Embrace Theatre 2014/2015

“provide[s] laughs… along with great acting

Esterhazy Online Review

STOP KISS – Embrace Theatre 2014

“Embrace Theatre’s production of the play by Diana Son is heartfelt and authentic.”

Saskatoon StarPheonix Review

“[a] dynamite performance

Prairie Groundling: A Saskatoon Theatre Blog Review

“smooth transformations make for a life-like and unified viewing experience that deeply invests the audience in the storyline

The Sheaf Review

BOTTOME’S DREAME – Embrace Theatre 2013

“I cannot say enough about how much I enjoyed Bottome’s Dreame at the Saskatoon Fringe. A truly charming, artistic, fun show that is the perfect mix of classical text and DIY Fringe charm. I enjoyed every minute of it, and I truly think you will too! Beautiful work to all involved in the creation of this delightful piece.”

Jenna-Lee Hyde, CFCR Radio (Saskatoon, SK)

eye-watteringly, gut-tighteningly funny… a play that gets everything right”

Blair Woynarski, Prairie Groundling (Saskatoon, SK)

“Prairie Groundling- A Saskatoon Theatre Blog- Fringe 2013 – Bottome’s Dreame”

perfecty executed... a great way to get people hooked on Shakespeare”

Cam Fuller, Saskatoon StarPheonix

Review- Bottome’s Dreame

IT’S BEEN TAKEN – Bzzt! Trap Door Theatre 2010


“hillarious… well directed

Matt Cheetam, The Sheaf (Saskatoon, SK)

“the comedic timing is spot-on... a funny, energetic romp”

Jason Schreurs, Culture Vulture (Victoria, BC)

“left the audience roaring with laughter

Courtney Bard Smith, Monday Magazine (Victoria, BC)

ROMEO AND JULIET – Abridged City Players 2009

“contentiously bold… the pinnacle of artistic creation

Raymon Montalbetti

Ramon’s R&J Review


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