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Charles Reynolds is best known for his work with the SatelliteKill Performance Art Group, and as a performer two years in a row at the Harvey Milk Festival in Florida. He has also been an actor in The Playwright's Lab at Hollins University's production of Robert Plowman's The Matador as well as having appeared in several stage productions at Studio Roanoke in Roanoke, VA.
Charles played two very different jazz musicians in Ellen Struve's, Nobody Gets Paid, and the fabulous Truman Capote in Kenley Smith’s, Monkey Wrench, as well as the gun wielding Sam the Sheepdog. Charles was sound engineer for Dwayne Yancey’s, 57 Hours in the House of Culture, and is honored to have composed the experimental original score for Samantha Macher's, To The New Girl From The Former Mrs____: Sound Advice For My Husband's New Wife or Mistress, which has played to two weeks worth of SOLD OUT crowds in Roanoke and is soon to be featured in Los Angeles. Charles' Chapman Stick composition, From The Darkness, as well as a composition called, The Mayan Word, made specifically for the film, can be found in the soundtrack of International film release La Palabra Maya, 2012 The Mayan Word by Melissa Gunasena. Charles has also composed scores for Robert Plowman's The Route 19 Roadside Choir of Dead Babies Invites You to Visit “The Fountain of Youth” Museum and Giftshop as well as an ambitious experimental sci-fi score Wendy-Marie Martin's, Ben & Rita.
He currently resides in Roanoke, VA where he composes for film and theater, and is founder of the Grandin Ensemble. Charles is one of the few professional Chapman Stick players in the world.