Chuck Hodges

Chuck Hodges

Chuck has performed in various capacities and venues around Memphis since the mid-nineties. As a baritone soloist, he has been featured with the Germantown Symphony, the Memphis Vocal Arts Ensemble, the Beethoven Club, and in various benefit and church programs. Aside from concert appearances, Chuck has appeared in several Opera Memphis productions, including The Merry Widow, La Traviata, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Aida, Samson et Dalila, Gianni Schicchi, and Buoso’s Ghost. At Theatre Memphis, he has been seen in A Grand Night for Singing, 1776 (for which he received an Ostrander), The Glory of Gershwin, I Heard It At the Movies, A Christmas Cabaret, A Christmas Carol, and Richard III. He also appeared in the 2009 production of Fiddler on the Roof at the Harrell Theatre in Collierville.

Also a trombone player, Chuck currently can be seen playing and singing around town with The Memphis Knights and The Memphis Doctors’ Band, both 18-piece big bands, and with The Bob Turner Jazz Octet. A native of Maryland, Chuck received a B.A. in Theatre from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Memphis State University. Currently he is Chief Electrical Engineer for OGCB, Inc., a local consulting engineering firm. Chuck and his wife Alison have two sons (Cory and Curt), two daughters (Kathryn and Kilby), and one granddaughter (Burgess).

Chuck is delighted to be involved with Chatterbox Audio Theater, and hopes to have the opportunity to participate in many more such productions in the future.


Role   Show
Ed ..................... Meridian 7-1212
Theodore the Poet ..................... Spoon River Anthology, Part 1