Will Lyman was previously seen at the Huntington in All My Sons and Dead End. Off Broadway credits include The Novelist, Trinity, The Grinding Machine, and The Passion of Dracula. His Boston credits include work with Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (where he serves as Chairman of the Board), SpeakEasy Stage Company, Wheelock Family Theatre, and New Repertory Theatre. Regional credits include productions at Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Hartford Stage, Pennsylvania Stage, American Place Theatre, George Street Playhouse, and New Jersey Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Lyman has narrated with the National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center, Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Landmark Orchestra, and Handel & Haydn Society. Principal television credits include “Commander-in-Chief,” “Threat Matrix,” “Hull High,” and William Tell in “Crossbow.” His film credits include What Doesn’t Kill You, the narrator in Little Children, Mystic River, The Siege, A Perfect Murder, Hostile Takeover, and Welcome to the Dollhouse. He is a graduate of Boston University and a recipient of Elliot Norton and IRNE Awards, the Elliot Norton Award for Sustained Excellence, and the Howard Keel Award for service to the Screen Actors Guild. He is the narrator of “Frontline,” the award-winning public affairs program, now in its 32nd Season.
(As of August 2014)