MFA Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London, BA in Theatre University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. As a Director at DVC: Betty’s Summer Vacation (2010), Six Degrees of Separation (2014), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (2019), and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (2021). As a professional actor: San Jose Stage Company, SF Playhouse, Theatreworks, 42nd Street Moon, CenterRep, PacRep Theatre, B Street Theater, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, The Magic, Marin Theatre Company, Theatre Rhinoceros, Sacramento Theatre Company, Berkeley Rep, and Theatre in the Round, Minneapolis. Recent Film: Circle of Stone, an action short from Academy Award winner Mark Andrews (Pixar’s Brave), Drive All Night (Peter Hsieh). Industrial and Commercial Clients include Bay Alarm, Thumbtack, The San Jose Sharks, HP, Oracle, Cisco, Netapp, Oracle, AAA, Believe Outloud, EMC GreenPlum and the Alameda County Fair. Will has appeared on Chinese Government Television to 850 million people wishing Happy New Year from Merryland Amusement Park in Guilin while a member of a Cowboy Stunt Show. Lighting Designs include original works Counter Attack with Stagebridge Theatre Company and The Afterlife of the Mind with Virago Theatre Company. Will designed three world premieres, EarthDance, The Terrain Project, and Axiomas and is a founding member of New Ground Theatre Dance, a performance company that combines theatre, dance, and media to accelerate social awareness and personal growth through professional local performers and artists. At DVC as a Fight Choreographer: Othello (2009), A View from the Bridge (2009), Comedy of Errors (2011), Hamlet (2014), Noises Off! (2014), The Wedding Singer (2014), The Pillowman (2015), Oedipus El Rey (2015), The Diary of Anne Frank (2015), Almost, Maine (2016), Titus Andronicus (2017), Twelfth Night (2018), and Peter and the Starcatcher (2019).
Will is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Will joined the faculty of DVC in 2009.