Chicago director William Brown recently directed the world premiere of Brett Neveu's Old Glory at Writers’ Theatre, where he has directed Jeff nominated productions of As You Like It, Another Part of the Forest, Arms and the Man, Our Town, Rocket to the Moon, Misalliance, The Glass Menagerie, and Arthur Miller’s Incident at Vichy. At Northlight Theatre he has directed his own adaptation with original music of She Stoops to Conquer (After Dark Award), as well as The Chalk Garden, and Lady Windermere’s Fan, a play he also directed at Milwaukee Rep. At American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin, he has directed Hay Fever, The Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer's Night Dream, Night of the Iguana, Shaw’s You Never Can Tell, Antony and Cleopatra, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Cherry Orchard, Twelfth Night and Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker. At TimeLine Theatre he directed the Midwest premiere of Tennessee Williams' Not About Nightingales and the Chicago premieres of two Steven Dietz plays, Halcyon Days and Paragon Springs. Bill is the Associate Artistic Director of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks where he most recently directed Heartbreak House. He directs A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theatre and recently made his Drury Lane Oakbrook directing debut with Curtains. Bill received a Jeff Award as Best Actor for his portrayal of Henry Kissinger in Nixon’s Nixon and the Chicago Tribune named him Chicagoan of the Year for Theatre. A member of SSDC, his website - containing slideshows of some of his work - is at www.williambrowndirector.com.