"The NAC company is of course comprised of some of Canada's best actors."

— Capital Critics Circle for A CHRISTMAS CAROL (National Arts Centre English Theatre)

"Charles Douglas is great fun as Roy, Anne's millionaire beau [...]"

— Connie Meng for ANNE AND GILBERT (National Arts Centre English Theatre) - Capital Critics' Circle

"Instead, she falls under the spell of the wealthy and smug charmer Roy Gardner (Charles Douglas in hilarious, over-the-top form)."

— Patrick Langston for ANNE AND GILBERT (National Arts Centre English Theatre) - Ottawa Citizen

"Ottawa's own Charles Douglas and David Whiteley make impactful contributions to the ensemble. The former in a comical turn as Torontonian millionaire and Anne's love interest Royal Gardner [...]"

— Jennifer Cavenaugh for ANNE AND GILBERT (National Arts Centre English Theatre) - APT613

"Charles Douglas as Roy and David Ross Whiteley as Moody MacPherson maximize the humour in their roles."

— Iris Winston for ANNE AND GILBERT (National Arts Centre English Theatre) - Capital Critics Circle

"His battle vs Tybalt featured some of the best onstage hand to hand combat I've seen."

— P. L. Holden for Romeo & Juliet (Watermark Theatre) - ONRPEI

Fight Direction by Charles Douglas

"[...] one of the highlights of 2015."

— Kate Watson for MACBETH (Willpower Theatre) - The Coast

Fight Direction by Charles Douglas

"On the other hand, the puppetry by Charles Douglas for Jack's beloved cow Milky White is excellent."

— Elissa Barnard for INTO THE WOODS (Neptune Theatre) - The Chronicle Herald

"The Neptune production includes [...] clever puppetry (Milky White, the cow, comes alive as a character)".

— Kate Watson for INTO THE WOODS (Neptune Theatre) - The Coast

"Dressed like a princess, she is not princess-like in her playfulness and headlong rush of love for the young prince Ferdinand, given a most prince-like, earnest, and lovable presence by the handsome Charles Douglas."

— Elissa Barnard for THE TEMPEST (Two Planks) - The Chronicle Herald

"The sweetness of the betrothal plot is played perfectly by Andrea Lee Norwood and Charles Douglas."

— Kate Watson for THE TEMPEST (Two Planks) - The Coast

"Norwood plays his delightful, love-struck daughter, who is well-matched with suitor Ferdinand (a pleasing Charles Douglas) [...]"

— Wendy Elliott for THE TEMPEST (Two Planks) - King's County Register

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