Pioneer Theatre Company produces 'Man of La Mancha'

Revisiting a production that has become identified with the well-regarded professional regional theatre in the west, Salt Lake City's Pioneer Theatre Company produces the Tony-award winning musical 'Man of La Mancha,' with William Michals playing the role of Don Quixote. -

William Michals in Concert

Wolf Trap celebrates the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein
WashingtonExaminer.com - (7/23/2010)

Baritone William Michals is taking a few days off from performance in the Lincoln Center revival of "South Pacific" to travel from New York City to Vienna Virginia's Wolf Trap Center for a grand night of singing. He will perform Friday with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington Chorus, soloists Lisa Vroman, Gary Mauer and conductor Emil de Cou in a program that gives him as much joy as it does his audience -- "A Rodgers and Hammerstein Celebration." - more -

William Michals in Concert

William Michals on WOR Radio's Valerie's New York
wor710.com - (6/29/2010)

William Michals appears in the landmark revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific. Hear him talk about it on Valerie's New York, online at http://wor710.com/valerie. or on iTunes.

Between Shows, ‘South Pacific’ Star Awes Wedding
NYTimes.com - (6/6/2010)

At 6:10 p.m. on Saturday, shortly after Catherine Chermol and Robert Schrijver walked down the aisle at St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Fifth Avenue, William Michals walked out of the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center and got into a taxi on Amsterdam Avenue. - more -

Corine's Corner Interview with William Michals
corinescorner.com/ - (6/9/2010)

Watch an interview with William Michals currently performing as Emile de Becque at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater - more -

Broadway Unplugged V:The Night of Powerful Voices Returns!
BroadwayWorld.com -

William Michals, currently covering the role of Emile DeBeque in South Pacific, returned to his roots by singing “If I Can’t Love Her” from Beauty and the Beast, giving the song an impressive depth of desperation and frustrated pain. Michals returned for the concert’s finale to sing “Lily’s Eyes” from The Secret Garden with Bill Daugherty. - more -



There was a time, not so long ago, when voices like those of Ethel Merman, Mary Martin, Alfred Drake and John Raitt soared to the top of the house sans electrical enhancement. In his third annual Broadway Unplugged concert at Town Hall, producer-host Scott Siegel noted his roster of Broadway ingenues and gypsies returned to that age by fully grasping the meaning of that old clarion call, "Sing out, Louise!"...

Despite the overexposure of "The Impossible Dream," William Michals, with a voice that knows no boundaries, made that standard sound as fresh as a world-premiere performance. With booming clarity, the hymn appeared to rise beyond the balcony "to reach the unreachable star."

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