Hi! I’m putting the dumb in idiom! This is a retrospect in hindsight. Officially my first time on stage doing noises, was in the 9th grade. 1982. I did sounds for a talent show at Prin! I loved using a BIG sound system and that train sounded real! I practiced noises in school! Here’s proof. … More Well, shut my mouth!
The first time I noticed I had a dad with an otherworldly sense of humor is when i went with him on a bunny hunt. It was 1976. I was in cub scouts and he had built a huge antenna in the backyard to transmit and tune in frequencies. He was a hammy ham operator! … More Bunny Hunt
Charles Williams 15705 115th Ave sw. Vashon, wa 98070 Cell: 425.606.7589 In a nutshell: Cracked. My first stage performances and experience with animation were in high school. I was invited to do voice-over work at KHTR FM then hired by an animation studio (Philo Films) that produced the display boards for the St. Louis Cardinals. … More Resuming Askew
Enjoy these downloadable free MP3’s of live recordings during school assembly comedy. Or studio stories and songs. (from CD and radio vignettes) Follow the links below, listen or download! It takes you to Mediafire. Click the “listen” button to open a player in your browser. Click the “download” button to save to your computer. Holler … More Free Stuff
Readin’ at the Speed of Sound! Charlie Williams speaks fluent onomatopoeia and coaches young readers to use a more meaningful form of expression when reading outloud. We will exercise our throats and minds when building this story show. Your voice is an instrument and adds character, action and special effects to your stories. Exercises … More A Reading Relay Readathon
World Toilet Day is November 19th. To celebrate here is another chapter in The Adventures of SuperToilet!
For World Toilet Day, WaterAid US commissioned us to design and build several toilet displays and present an event flushing with fun! See the ice toilet in the video from Flush Fest 2006! Click here! See us TP a librarian! Click here!