Travis has more than thirty years of experience performing on stage. He has been seen in classics, contemporary works, comedies, dramas, musicals, children's theatre, ballet, and improv. Some favorite appearances have included Frankenstein (Victor), Peter and the Starcatcher* (Black Stache), The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged] (“Jess”), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot* (Judas), The Woman In Black (Actor), Arcadia* (Septimus), Peter Pan (Hook), Dracula (Seward), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Willy Wonka), Midsummer Night's Dream (Bottom), A Christmas Carol (Fred), The Nutcracker (Drosselmeyer), Cinderella - a ballet (Stepsister), The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack), Arsenic and Old Lace (Mortimer), The Underpants (Versati), Lost in Yonkers (Artie), Proof (Hal), and Urinetown (Robby the Stockfish).
*Denotes award-winning performance.
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“Johnny Depp has nothing on Travis H. Williams.”
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory review by Karen Martin, The Advocate
“Williams is outrageously hilarious as Black Stache, milking every funny moment. If anything, come for the magic but stay for his improvised one-liners.”
Peter & The Starcatcher review by Tara Bennett, BroadwayWorld
"[Grimes'] deeply grounded performance stands in contrast to Travis Williams’ wonderfully over-the-top portrayal of Victor Frankenstein. Williams’ wide-eyed eagerness to play God gives the first act an infectious energy…Williams and Grimes match each other in the urgency of their performances, building a volatile dynamic piece by piece until it topples over magnificently in the climax.”
Frankenstein review by Trey Gutierrez, Austin Chronicle
“Victor and the Creature’s relationship is the emotional crux of the story. Travis Hedges Williams and Samuel Grimes absolutely deliver on this. These two revelatory actors leave it all on the stage as they crawl, bellow, and destroy one another as creator and creation. Williams captures a certain naive excitement about Victor that plants the audience on his side in the beginning…As Victor realizes what he’s done, Williams skillfully reveals a deep cowardice and indifference in his character, now you’re alarmed you ever rooted for Victor in the first place. Williams gives his all to every line delivered and every emotion expressed.”
Frankenstein review by Madelyn Geyer, BroadwayWorld
“Williams has the biggest shoes to fill - Cary Grant played Mortimer in the screen version - and handles things well.”
Arsenic & Old Lace review by George Morris, The Advocate
“The play requires versatility from both actors, but especially from Williams, who is on stage the most and captures the emotional upheavals that Kipps endures.”
The Woman in Black review by George Morris, The Advocate
“It’s a hilarious production masterfully performed by Ronald Coats, Tyler Grezaffi, and Travis H. Williams.”
Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged] review by George Morris, The Advocate
“Williams is strong as the tempestuous Versati…”
The Underpants review by George Morris, The Advocate
“Williams plays the flamboyant yet occasionally cowardly Hook well…”
Peter Pan review by George Morris, The Advocate
“Williams is enjoyable as the earnest math geek…”
Proof review by George Morris, The Advocate