Reviews

“The scenes with the Kat Bailess and Charles Howerton are particularly juicy as the pair dukes it out in a deliciously premeditated power scheme… Howerton is poised, subtle and potent.”

– LAIST.com, Mia Bonadonna (The Boomerang Effect)


“Charles Howerton is exceptional as the lusty old businessman who adds one more secretary to his life’s conquest……  This is a wonderful performance.”

– Joe Straw, JoeStraw.blogspot.com  (The Boomerang Effect)


“The greatest performance was delivered by Howerton…watching Howerton portray Congressman Salt, the audience will never have a problem believing they are actually watching a genuinely senile yet experienced politician at work.”

– Buzzine.com (The Sensuous Senator)


“Howerton’s portrait of a man with an agonizing secret and a desperate desire for forgiveness is one of the most compelling performances of the year (2006). His excellent reproduction of a foreign accent makes for chilling authenticity.”

– ReviewPlays.com (Slow Dance on the Killing Ground)


“Capt. Arthur Phillip, played with an excellent balance of authority and humanity by Charles Howerton.”

– Daily Variety, Julio Martinez (Our Country’s Good)


“Bringing in the male perspective is Charles Howerton’s properly stolid and befuddled Earl of Caversham.”

– LA Times, Jana Monji (An Ideal Husband)


“Howerton suggests this ruthless code (injecting fear in others) through his eyes…he plays Thaxton…as a bad business dude out of the movies, and it’s this kind of exaggeration you wish would extend to the rest of the play…”

– LA Times, Robert Koehler (Backstabbing)


“As Johnny, Charles Howerton is very convincing, creating a human being instead of a stereotype…”

– St. Petersburg Times, Dorothy Smiljanich (Under Papa’s Picture)


“Just one actor is in control of his technique…Charles Howerton as the smoothly amoral prison administrator.”

– Drama-Logue, Richard Scaffidi (The Chamber of Little Ease)


“…the small family business…run by Andrew Jorgenson (Charles Howerton, who plays firm-but-kind with a fine inner strength)…carries a real New England stubborness…”

– Backstage.com, Terri Roberts (Other People’s Money)