Role: Lighting Designer
What Excites Will About The Clockmaker:
It is never as simple as it seems! I love a script that draws you in with its charm and apparent simplicity and then goes further and gets more complicated with each step. It is the sign of a smart and skilled playwright and this is a great example.
Most recently Will directed Romeo and Juliet for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan and assistant lighting designed Persephone Theatre’s It’s A Wonderful Life. Also with Persephone Theatre some of his recent directing credits were My Chernobyl, Edward the Crazy Man, and God of Carnage. His directing has also been seen recently with independent companies with productions of Waiting for the Parade and The Science of Disconnection. As a lighting designer or assistant lighting designer Will has done work recently on The Science of Disconnection, Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, and A History of Breathing