Antiguan-born Canadian soprano Denise Williams' No Strings Theatre has laid out its major summer event with the announcement of "The Storyteller by Kathleen Mills" from July 6-21, 2023.

Described as a show that "explores themes of growing up, community, and how we can support those in our lives who need us...appropriate for all ages"...."the story develops"in a small village at the base of a mountain spring comes every year on the same day, when one storyteller braves the climb and brings a story to the Goddess at the top. It is the coldest winter yet and it looks like spring may not come this year, when two strangers arrive and the world is changed forever".

Designating Williams as a Singer/Voice Teacher/Music Facilitator/Founding Artistic Director/Producer, the Contemporary Black Biography further states that:

"Denise Williams is a professional singer, music educator and facilitator.  She holds an ARCT in Singing Performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music, a Masters in Community Music from Wilfrid Laurier University, and studied Arts and Entertainment Administration at Ryerson University. 

Her 30+ year international solo performance career has put her at home on the concert, opera, and theatre stages, presenting a myriad of self-produced concerts and working with, to name a few national companies,  The Nathaniel Dett Chorale, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir,  Mirvish Productions, Eastern Front Theatre, Theatre Northwest as well as international appearances.  Highlights of her performance career include most recently a concert performance in with the Orquesta Sinfonica de Oriente in Cuba, and in Toronto, Walk Together Children - A Cross-Cultural Concert Celebration (Black, Jewish, Muslim) at the The Toronto Centre for the Arts, now known as the Meridian Arts Centre (Fall 2018),  the Nathaniel Dett Chorale’s concert performance of Treemonisha at Koerner Hall,  Andrew Craig's King’s Playlist at the Harbourfront centre's Fleck Dance Theatre (2017), the cast of Mirvish's North American Premier of The Sound of Music at the Princes of Wales Theatre (2008-2010), and other notable solo performances. Her CD, Walk Together Children, is a cross-cultural initiative, featuring music from the roots of Black & Jewish music.