News & Reviews
Date Title
April 8, 2015 REVIEW: ‘One Night in Miami’ is a ringside seat to life
April 2, 2015 REVIEW: Theater Review: Denver Center's 'One Night in Miami' wallops
March 24, 2015 VIDEO: Meet the 'One Night in Miami' cast video series: Nik Walker
March 23, 2015 VIDEO: Your first look at 'One Night in Miami'
March 22, 2015 REVIEW: Ali and friends gather for 'One Night in Miami'
September 8, 2014 Fit for Broadway - Nik Walker
August 26, 2014 Christine Dwyer, Eric Anderson and More to Star in Richard H. Blake's WHISKEYLAND! Concert, 9/15
December 9, 2012 Sleight of Hand and Illusions of the Theater
November 26, 2012 La Jolla Playhouse’s world premiere of "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots"
November 25, 2012 San Diego Regional Review - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
November 24, 2012 La Jolla Playhouse's staging of the Flaming Lips' "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots" is unforgettable
November 23, 2012 Talking Flaming Lips, Yoshimi and pink robots with actor Nik Walker
November 19, 2012 REVIEW: 'Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' sounds thrilling, at least
November 18, 2012 Her Life Is The Prize, Those Robots Are Cancer
November 18, 2012 REVIEW: 'Yoshimi' a winner, 'bots and all
May 12, 2012 Childlike Fancies and Adult Terrors - A Review of ‘Into the Woods,’ at Westport Country Playhouse
March 28, 2012 Into the Woods - Sondheim show gets a thought-provoking production at Center Stage
March 19, 2012 Into the Woods Review
March 19, 2012 CenterStage’s Into the Woods Well worth the Trip
March 16, 2012 A Welcome Journey 'Into the Woods'
March 15, 2012 Music of The Flaming Lips to Ignite Des McAnuff Musical 'Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots'
March 15, 2012 ‘In to the Woods’ at Centerstage
October 4, 2011 'Ogunquit's 'Miss Saigon' Pulses with Urgency of Life and Death
September 29, 2011 'Miss Saigon' provides emotional capper to Ogunquit season
September 28, 2011 Play review: Playhouse wraps up a winning season with 'Miss Saigon'
September 27, 2011 Ogunquit Playhouse presents an outstanding and profoundly moving, emotionally wrenching production of "Miss Saigon".
September 26, 2001 "Miss Saigon" - A Powerful Message Blended in a Dynamic Performance
September 25, 2001 Star-studded cast presents 'Miss Saigon'
September 24, 2001 A spectacular "Miss Saigon" overtakes Ogunquit Playhouse
May 31, 2011 Edgy Broadway musical "Rent" hits Salt Lake City -
An interview with Nik Walker
July 03, 2010 Hangar Theatre Presents Exquisite "Man of La Mancha"
April 3, 2010 The Devil and Thomas Briggs
January 14, 2009 Joining words and music in power and light
July 11, 2008 High, Wide And Handsome "Assassins"
January 24, 2008 "ARTiculation"

In to the Woods – Amanda Gunther: DCMTA
Nik Walker, doubling up as The Wolf and Cinderella’s Prince first slides onto the stage as the hungry wolf; a handsome but devilish character out to make dinner out of anyone he meets on the path in the woods. He is unctuous and exudes a level of sleaze worthy of his cause during “Hello, Little Girl,” flipping back and forth from a dark malicious solo in red light to an up-beat jazzy tune when singing along side Red Riding Hood. (Dana Steingold.) Walker then becomes the stunning and charming prince. His finest moment is a hysterical duet with his Princely Brother (Robert Lenzi) where the two bemoan their true feelings in “Agony.” This duet is absurd, the more ridiculous the claims the more serious the actors make them, creating a comical moment for all involved.
Miss Saigon – The Portland Daily Sun
Nik Walker (John) gave the show-stopping number of the evening with his powerhouse performance of "Bui-Doi." His fine acting, character transitions and relationships were clearly defined.
Miss Saigon – The Press Herald
Nik Walker provided a touch of soul as Chris' friend, John. Silence gripped the audience as he sang about the Vietnamese children fathered in the war in "Bui-Doi," while images of Vietnamese children flashed on a screen above the stage.
The Devil and Thomas Briggs – CultureFuture Blog

"Nik Walker, in addition to having written the play, plays two central characters; Cicero Briggs, the dead blues man who used to hold a city together, and Billy Bones, an earnest young deputy in the town. He plays both with a dangerous edge and genuine heart that drives home the uncertainty of where the play is going."

ARTiculation – Boston Globe

"Although the performers are clearly comfortable working together, they also celebrate their distinctly individual personalities. Nik Walker nearly brings down the house with his hilariously over-the-top "Devil Woman" and a brilliantly rhythmic name-dropping litany of poets through the ages."

The Boston Metro

"Even if young twenty-somethings aren’t your thing, Nik Walker will make you swoon. He’s got that rarely seen stage presence most actors would make a deal with the devil to have. And he’s got impressive vocal chops that’ll leave you wishing he’d finish that Tracy Chapman song he starts a couple of times in the show."

RENT @ Hangar – The Ithaca Journal

"It's a powerhouse ensemble, vocally distinguished. Some exceptional performances include Nik Walker's nuanced outsider, Benjamin Coffin III."

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