James Myers Baritone, Actor, Voice Teacher
"James Myers as Edward Rutledge of South Carolina stops the show with the haunting, almost supernatural, "Molasses to Rum." With his deep, rich, defiant voice, stunning vocal range and impeccable vocal dynamics, Myers accuses the Northern colonies of hypocrisy by profiting from the slave trade."
Paul M. Bessel and Barbara Braswell for DC Metro Theater Arts
"Myers' arresting performance style and clear crisp baritone voice clearly establish Tommy's obsession with Fiona MacLaren"
Mark Ludder for DC Metro Theater Arts
"While he didn't have to use the Scottish accent, he actually utilized a different accent. Myers successfully spoke like people from the U.S. in the 1940's, which helped situate the play's setting. He excelled at "There But For You Go I" and...a sublime performance of perhaps the most famous song of the show, "Almost Like Being In Love."
Kristin Franco for Maryland Theatre Guide
"Myers shines in the second act with "Molasses to Rum"
Brian Trompeter for Inside Nova
"Myers, who has a beautiful voice, brings off a charming final moment when his preppy WASP starts singing liturgical Hebrew."
Joe Adcock for ShowBizRadio
The lead role of Warren Ives in Little Theater of Alexandria's production of Ira Levin's play, Cantorial was, "played with moving intensity by James Myers."
Jordan Wright for Whisk and Quill
"Actor James Myers, coming off his success in the fall's "Cantorial" at Little Theatre, gives a smooth performance as the American crime writer boyfriend, Max Halliday,"
Jordan Wright for the Alexandria Times
"Ably rounding out the ensemble, James Myers is more than attractive enough to console the wronged wife as the man who really loves her,"
Jackie Friedlander for the Fairfax Times
"Belle...and the Beast (James Myers) are gifted singers who could not have been better cast in their roles."
Jeannette Mulherin for Maryland Theatre Guide
"Belle and James Myers as the Beast bring powerful voices and an appealing warmth and vulnerability to their roles."
Gina Dalfonzo for DC Metro Theater Arts
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