reviews & Awards

Photo by Tyler Cunningham Photography

Photo by Tyler Cunningham Photography

The LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE

"Action-packed battle scenes were cleverly choreographed and precisely executed, thrilling the audience with what appeared to be real hand-to-hand combat. ."

 

-Sarah Rose McQuillan, Triangle Arts & Entertainment


Photo by Areon Mobasher

Photo by Areon Mobasher

The Miracle Worker

 

"Much praise is also due to Tara Nicole Williams, who had the great task of coordinating the fight scenes between Annie and Helen. Those intense and essential parts of the story were executed with all the frenzy needed, along with moments of well-timed humor."

 

-Melanie Simmons, Triangle Arts & Entertainment


Photo by Areon Mobasher

Photo by Areon Mobasher

DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER

 

"...Tara Nicole Williams is a dynamic force as Suzette, mastering both subtle intimations and audacious antics with equal finesse."

 

-Dustin K. Britt, Chatham Life & Style

 

"It is Williams, though, who is the true comedic standout. She plays the role of the befuddled, tip-hungry cook with gusto and warmth, making the character extremely likeable and daringly sexy in her own right."

 

-Susie Potter, Triangle Arts & Entertainment

 

"...the true stand outs...Tara Nicole Williams plays Suzette, the cook-turned-mistress-turned ... well, see for yourself, and she's captivating from start to finish."

 

-Garrett Southerland, Talkin' Broadway


Photo by Robert Davezac

Photo by Robert Davezac

SHAKESBEER

 

"Tara Nicole Williams was a comedic force, cycling through all manner of drunks, from Macbeth’s Porter to the Henry cycle’s Falstaff. Baring her stomach, she was the type of Falstaff that you never wanted to “banish from thy company.”

 

-Katy Koop, Triangle Arts & Entertainment


Photo by Rebecca Lesher Werlin

Photo by Rebecca Lesher Werlin

Decision Height

 

"Playwright Meredith Dayna Levy gives the play’s real fire to the rough-and-tumble Eddie, portrayed with enormous fortitude and humor by Tara Nicole Williams. Williams is a powerhouse in the play and delivers one of its strongest performances."

 

-Dustin K. Britt, Triangle Arts & Entertainment


Photo by Ron Yorgason

Photo by Ron Yorgason

Romeo & Juliet

 

"There is much to praise in Tara Nicole Williams's joyous velocity as Mercutio..."

 

-Byron Woods, IndyWeek

 

"Fortunately, a flawless, vivacious Tara Nicole Williams ably fords her way [as Mercutio]..."

 

-Dustin K. Britt, Triangle Arts & Entertainment