MFA Musical Theater Vocal Pedagogy 

Boston Conservatory 

BA Theater: MT Concentration; Dance Minor 

Temple University 

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William is a Connecticut and NYC-based actor, singer, dancer, and voice teacher. As a performer, he has performed in regional theaters and entertainment venues across the United States and globally. Career highlights include the International Tour of Shrek the Musical, Evita at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Company, and Jesus Christ Superstar at Bristol Riverside Theatre. He graduated from Temple University summa cum laude with a B.A. in Theater, a concentration in Musical Theater, and a Minor in Dance. He is currently pursuing his M.F.A. at Boston Conservatory at Berklee in Musical Theater Vocal Pedagogy. Inspired by his time as a professional multidisciplinary performer, William has dedicated his M.F.A. research and thesis work towards investigating the gap between singing and dance training for musical theater actors. 

In addition to maintaining a private voice studio, William has taught voice at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee to Contemporary Theater Majors and aspiring Musical Theater Students as an instructor for the Conservatory’s Musical Theater Dance Intensive. He has also had the pleasure of assisting Christine Adaire, Designated Master Linklater Voice Teacher, in teaching Linklater: Voice and Speech to MFA students at Boston Conservatory. William is excited to continue his academic career and devote more research toward Vocal Pedagogy that addresses the needs of Actors who dance and sing.