Contact & Scheduling

Chuck Wilcox is available for service as an impersonator, actor, stage fight director, musician and teacher. Further details about these offerings and scheduling are listed at the bottom of this page. To contact Chuck, please use the following email form or call him using the phone number listed in the sidebar:

Service Offerings


Impersonation characters visit audiences in a variety of different venues. See the Impersonations Page for detailed descriptions of each character, as well as possible types of venues and audiences. The duration of these interactive performances can vary depending on the venue, with the possibility of lasting upto 1.5 hours – including question & answer periods.

Multi-day appearances can also be arranged, such as in a classroom seminar setting (ex. Shakespeare focusing on duscussion of a specific play). Contact Chuck to discuss your idea and/or needs.


Chuck is active as a theatre actor and stage fight director. Please see the Acting Page for full theatre resume and photo gallery. Refer to the Appearances Page to view current schedule and availability. At present, Chuck also has a solo production that is available for booking. Description follows:

The Still Room: This Reader’s Theatre production is an exploration of three generations of ordinary people on an estate in 16th century England whose lives center around the distillation of herbs and brews. Seven characters share their skills, recipes, and secrets with you. Until 2015, any performances of the The Still Room in Colorado are a fundraising project for the Colorado Shakespeare Garden expansion.


Chuck Wilcox is a national expert on Children’s Theatre and theater games, with 30+ children’s plays proven over many years of tours to schools and communities. Chuck’s Theatre of Myth and Imagination site details developmental drama, sells scripts, advises on touring theatre, and offers information on theatre games and other activities for teachers. Get in touch with Chuck for consulting in children’s theatre or to ask about teaching possibilities.