Will Bond (2023)

Will Bond is a founding member of SITI Company. Credits include Scrooge in CHRISTMAS CAROL (Bard Fisher Center '22), FALLING & LOVING with Elizabeth Streb & SITI, A Rite (featured performer with Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance), Chess Match #5, Radio Macbeth, Who Do You Think You Are, Death and the Ploughman, Persians, Bacchae, Antigone, bobrauschenbergamerica, systems/layers, War of the Worlds, Cabin Pressure, The Medium, Culture of Desire, Orestes, Seven Deadly Sins,  Lilith at New York City Opera, Lost in the Stars, BOB (drama desk award nomination). 

In NY: Abingdon Theater, NY Live Arts, New York Theatre Workshop, Classic Stage Co, Miller, PS 122, Public, Joyce Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music BAM.

Regional works include: 

Wicked Bodies with Liz Lerman at Jacob's Pillow & Yerba Buena Arts Center;  

The Lover, A Slight Ache, MacBeth, and Creditors at Actors Theater of Louisville; Persephone with Robert Wilson, Dionysus and Tale of Lear with Suzuki Tadashi; Baltimore Waltz, Hypochondriac, Greater Tuna, Nuts at City Theatre, PGH.

ART Cambridge, Getty Villa, Portland Stage, Walker Arts, Wexner Center, Magic Theater, Court Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Guthrie Theater.

Festivals include Toga International Arts Festival, Japan, Peak Performances, Bonn, Irish Life, GIFT, Yerba Buena, Iberoamericano Bogotá, Teatro Valle-Inclan - Madrid, BAM Next Wave, Humana, Bobigny, Melbourne, Edinburgh, Singapore. 

WIll has been a guest artist and trained for many years in Toga, Japan with Suzuki Tadashi and SCOT where he also participated in two master class sessions of the Suzuki Method of Actor Training. He has also trained and taught with Wendell Beavers and Mary Overlie who first outlined the Viewpoints work.

Representative guest faculty includes: RSC - Stratford, Mito Theater - Tadashi Suzuki, 

Soif Company - Paris,  Methodi Festival, Italy, Ladder Arts - Hungary, 

Maastricht Academy, UCLos Angeles, Columbia University NY, Prairie Theatre Exchange, and Windsor College.

He was Senior Artist in Residence at Skidmore College from 2004 - 2019.

He is published in the edited volumes   Movement for Actors and The Routledge Companion to Stanislavski by Routledge Press.