Bill Barclay

Bill Barclay previously appeared in The Rivals (2005) at the Huntington. Actors' Shakespeare Project: Artistic Associate (’09-’11), Merry Wives of Windsor (Slender/Fenton), Composer & Sound Designer for The Winter Festival (Cymbeline, Hotel Nepenthe, Living in Exile), Henry IV pts I & II (Prince Hal, Music Director), Timon of Athens (Director, Scenic Designer), Duchess of Malfi (Bosola), King John (Philip the Bastard), Titus Andronicus (Demetrius),  King Lear (Oswald, Sound Designer), Hamlet, Julius Caesar, and Richard III.  International credits include Shakespeare’s Globe in London (Much Ado About Nothing), and The Mercury Theatre in Colchester, England where he is a Company Member (GiFT, DEPOT). Bill is an actor, director, composer, sound designer, and lecturer at Shakespeare & Company (9 seasons, over 20 productions) and has worked locally at The Huntington Theatre Co., Central Square Theatre, W.H.A.T., North Shore Music Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse, Orfeo Group, SpeakEasy, and regionally throughout the US.  Bill is a Winner of the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship, the nation’s largest grant for actors and a two-time recipient of Meet the Composer grants.  His lectures on Shakespeare & The Music of the Spheres have filled venues in the US and abroad. Film/TV: Showtime’sBrotherhood, PBS’s Basic Black and Say Brother, and The Time Machine(Dreamworks).  MFA Boston University School of Theatre; trained at the National Theatre Institute and the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre in Bali. WWW.SHAKESPEAREALOUD.COM

(As of January 2005)

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