Charles Stransky
Charles Stransky


“Stransky brings first an eerie confidence to Walter (the kind equated with someone who’s used to getting his way) and then lets his obvious internal struggles and sadness pour out as the second act progresses.”  YORK COUNTY COAST STAR

“Walter’s insecurities are lavishly cloaked, in Stranksy’s hands, in the forced jocularity of the wealthy, and to see him stripped is wrenching.”  THE PORTLAND PHOENIX

“With the arrival of Walter the tenuous balance of the married couple’s relationship is further strained by his attempts to take charge and right old wrongs…Stransky had that let-me-handle-this attitude down nicely.”  MAINE SUNDAY TELEGRAM