Watch: Live at The Carleton with Garry Williams

The Halifax theatre artist continues our special Facebook Live series

Live at the Carleton with Garry Williams
Live at the Carleton with Garry Williams

Halifax Presents was Live at The Carleton in our continuing live online music series as we welcomed Garry Williams on June 3.

An award-winning composer-lyricist, actor, singer, writer, director, and educator, Garry has written music and lyrics for over a dozen shows and performs regularly on stages in the HRM.

Audiences may recognize him from Sing-Along Show Tunez, Shakespeare-By-the-Sea, DaPoPo Theatre, and others. He has appeared in such shows as Mimi: or the Poisoner’s Comedy, The Last Five Years, and A Little Night Music.

Garry was nominated for his performances in The Miracle Man and Tournament of Lies and for his collaborative scores for The Jew of Malta, Pinocchio, Peter Pan, and Twelfth Night. He received the 2019 outstanding original score Merritt Award for Kamp.

Garry wrote his first full-length musical just out of high school and went on to study musicology and comparative literature at Free University Berlin, before continuing his studies in New York. He graduated from Mount Allison University with a focus on vocal performance. Before the pandemic, he worked as a freelance theatre-maker and educator.

Garry Williams: Live at The Carleton

We were Live at The Carleton with Garry Williams.An award-winning composer-lyricist, actor, singer, writer, director, and educator, Garry has written music and lyrics for over a dozen shows and performs regularly on stages in the HRM. Audiences may recognize him from Sing-Along Show Tunez, Shakespeare-By-the-Sea, DaPoPo Theatre, and others. He has appeared in such shows as Mimi: or the Poisoner’s Comedy, The Last Five Years, and A Little Night Music. Garry was nominated for his performances in The Miracle Man and Tournament of Lies and for his collaborative scores for The Jew of Malta, Pinocchio, Peter Pan, and Twelfth Night. He received the 2019 outstanding original score Merritt Award for Kamp.Garry wrote his first full-length musical just out of high school and went on to study musicology and comparative literature at Free University Berlin, before continuing his studies in New York. He graduated from Mount Allison University with a focus on vocal performance. Before the pandemic, he worked as a freelance theatre-maker and educator. In lieu of tips, Garry has requested donations be made to The Bus Stop Theatre. You can contribute online at https://bit.ly/SaveTheBusStop.

Posted by Halifax Presents on Wednesday, June 3, 2020