Jekyll & Hyde
"Chuck Wagner possesses one of the best baritones on Broadway"
- Talkin' Broadway
(Johnathan Frank )
"Chuck Wagner...is the consummate performer."
- Bay City Sun
"Dazzling. The entire enterprise was made worthwhile by Chuck Wagner's performance. This is a great star in the making."
- Austin-American Statesman
"Chuck Wagner's supple and powerful singing is a major asset..."
- Houston Chronicle
"Chuck Wagner has a commanding stage presence and a knack for playing beastly roles." - Nashville Tennessean
"...Wagner rivals Goulet's Lancelot of thirty years ago."
- Stockton Record
"Chuck leaves one hardly daring to breathe while just drinking in his voice."
- Press Tribune
Into The Woods
"...crystal voiced Chuck Wagner turns his supporting role into one of the leads."
- The Hollywood Reporter
"Chuck Wagner is terrific as a seductive wolf and a charming if insincere prince."
- Miami Herald
"Agony remains the hit of the show."
- New York Times
"Chuck Wagner gets laugh after laugh in the dual role of the lascivious wolf and the wolfish Prince Charming."
- Nashville Banner
"Wagner gives the Wolf and Cinderella's Prince plenty of charm. He's the quintessential modern boy-man..."
- Washington Post
Disney's Beauty and the Beast
"... my favorite Beast!"
- Sir Tim Rice
"As the Beast, Chuck Wagner's delivery of songs like If I Can't Love Her is both powerful and touching."
- Globe and Mail
"The best performance is a sulking, richly intoned Javert that hangs like an embroidered cape on the high shoulders of seasoned vet Chuck Wagner."
- Cleveland Centennial
"With his booming voice and ramrod bearing and attitude, Chuck Wagner delivers the production's finest performance as this fiercely unbending enforcer. Standing on a nearly bare stage singing a solo, Wagner fills the theater with as much passion as the crowded, inflamed battle scenes."
- Baltimore Sun
(J. Wynn Rousuck)
"Offering a commanding presence physically and vocally, Chuck wagner gives us a dynamic Inspector Javert. His performance is at once fierce, forceful, and dominating over all who surround him."
- Indianapolis Star