Choreographer Chaz Wolcott tirelessly worked and milked that entire playing area for everything it was worth. He did not leave a single inch of lost space on that stage. The result? An enthusiastic dance extravaganza that simply does not end until the house lights come up...And if I'm going to talk a little more about tap, I have to bestow kudos to the ensemble who pranced and popped and clickity-clacked right alongside these stars. No truer words were sung that night than their Act One closer "I've Got Rhythm." The dancing alone without a storyline was worth the price of admission"
*Bill Moloney, Sullivan County Democrat (Read more HERE)
The Gershwin magic works wonders under the expert guidance of director Trent Blanton and choreographer Chaz Wolcott. The leads and company sang and tapped their way into the hearts of the happy capacity audience at Wednesday’s matinee....What makes this production such a success is not only the talented acting but also the extraordinary dance numbers with tap-dancing rapping the boards and raising the rafters."
*James Cotter, Times Herald-Record (Read more HERE)
It’s hard to ask for a greater display of talent and hard-work pizzazz than The Forestburgh Playhouse’s current production of George and Ira Gershwin’s Crazy for You."
*J.A. Di Bello, Meet Me in the Greenroom (Read more HERE)
To celebrate that accomplishment and the hard work of 20 other national touring productions that supported Broadway Cares this fall, Chaz Wolcott directed and choreographed a special uplifting number set to Sammy Davis Jr.’s version of “Gonna Build a Mountain.” The piece showed the irresistible and infectious power of one passionate actor’s efforts in making a difference with Broadway Cares. (Read more HERE)
A large contingent of actors representing touring shows number knocked the audience out with a standout number, directed and choreographed by Chaz Wolcott, to Sammy Davis Jr.’s rendition of Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse’s “Gonna Build a Mountain” from Stop the World – I Want to Get Off.
*Ellis Nassour, TheaterLife (Read more HERE)
“Little can be said about this theatrical delight without calling attention to the skills and talents of Director and Choreographer Christian Saint-Girard and Co-Choreographer Chaz Wolcott, and their interpretation of P.L. Traver’s story-book character Mary Poppins, a supernatural, mystical British nanny.”
*J. A. Di Bello, The Catskill Chronicle (Read more HERE)
"The ensemble cast dances up a storm. The flawless choreography, especially in “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and the show-stopping “Step in Time” is worth the price of admission alone.”
*Carol Montana, Times Herald-Record (Read more HERE)
One source of the production’s exceptional quality is certainly its choreography, provided by New York City-based Chaz Wolcott, who was part of the national touring company of Newsies and has appeared on So You Think You Can Dance. A true ringer if there ever was one, Wolcott has provided the cast with a range of energetic high-kicks, heroic precision-leaps and other acrobatic razzle-dazzle which permeate the show’s several production numbers and which had Friday’s opening night audience gasping and applauding spontaneously."
*Scott Faingold, Illinois Times. For the whole review, read HERE
The Legacy’s production also has an original cast member on board. Chaz Wolcott was a member of the “Newsies” national tour. He choreographed the show remotely from New York City but came to Springfield in June to help the cast polish their performance."
*Anna Gegen, The State Journal-Register. For the whole article, read HERE