William Michals is “a sterling-voiced Emile de Becque.”
The Washington Post

From the New York Times July 2018 review of Leonard Berstein’s PETER PAN…..”thrilling baritone”…

From Broadway World review of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC:

“The 1949 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is the ideal showcase for Michals’ rich baritone and intensely powerful performance style. Michals’ sonorous voice is nothing short of breathtaking…”

See the full review here.

From Broadway World review of MAN OF LA MANCHA:

Man of La Mancha rides on the shoulders of the actor portraying Cervantes/Quixote and Monte has an excellent strong-shouldered leading man in William Michals. He is much more than the booming voice that can deliver “The Impossible Dream” or the beauty of “Dulcinea”. He is an actor that transforms himself in front of the audience to that of a frail man teetering on the edge of sanity with an incredible ability to convey both comedy and pathos to lead his audience on a journey. The Broadway performer never goes too far in his portrayal and fills his performance with truth. I’ve seen numerous productions of this musical and have witnessed actors that range from performing it for themselves to always giving to their fellow ensemble. Michals falls in the latter category.
– Gregory G. Allen,