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What the Critics Have Said

Of The Scott Walker CD:

There is an easy confidence that allows him to literally wrap himself around a collection of great material - Walt Grealis, RPM Magazine

A full, rich voice - ShowMusic Magazine

The tradition of classic Big Band crooners is alive and well - mainlybigbands.com

Good singer. Good album - Glen Woodcock, Jazz FM

Of his portrayal of Arthur in the Belfry production of ANYTHING THAT MOVES:

          ...simply delightful... - John Threlfall, Monday Magazine

Of his production of 150 YEARS IN GOLDEN MOUNTAIN:

        ...a theatrical goldmine - Steve Carey, The Times Colonist

Of his portrayal of Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in the Reprise Concerts production of ANYTHING GOES:

By miles, the best performance comes from Scott Walker as a silly-ass Englishman; the role is a brazen caricature but he finds its centre and that allows him to be as funny and tuneful and even touching as he likes - Robert Cushman, The National Post

Of his portrayal of Sky Masterson in the Rainbow Stage production of GUYS AND DOLLS:

Scott Walker...takes charge of the show effortlessly - Coral McKendrick, Winnipeg Free Press

The cast is buttressed by a strong Scott Walker...He displays a beautiful baritone, an assurance and commanding graceful presence. In a play packed with caricatures, his performance is the only one that strikes a note of authenticity - Garth Cramer, Winnipeg Tribune

Of his Freddy Eynsford-Hill in the Rainbow Stage production of MY FAIR LADY:

Scott Walker proved to the first-night audience once more (does it really need proving again) that he has a first-rate singing voice and can act, too … His On the Street Where You Live was a definite highlight of the first act...Oh, what a voice! - Peter Crossley, Winnipeg Free Press

Of his Charlie Dalrymple in the Rainbow Stage production of BRIGADOON:

Scott Walker's performance was like a breath of fresh air. Here was someone with a terrific voice who also had great stage presence. One of the finest moments of the evening was when he sang the haunting Come to Me, Bend to Me - Norma Vale Christie, Winnipeg Free Press

Of his portrayal of Beauregard in the Limelight production of MAME:

Scott Walker plays Beauregard with grace and style - Anne Moon, Toronto Star

Scott Walker as Beauregard is welcome; he does a wonderful rendition of the title song. What an ingrate script to bump him off so quickly - Ray Conlogue, The Globe and Mail

Of his performance in the Joseph Deane production of COLETTE - THE COLOURS OF LOVE:

Scott Walker skillfully portrays a host of assorted lovers...his powerful baritone highlights... - Richard Litt, Victoria Monday Magazine