Stevenson, Will Mark

Will Mark Stevenson



Will started performing at a young age, playing many indepth, thought provoking and deep roles such as a "Playing Card" in Alice In Wonderland and "3rd Munchkin" in The Wizard Of Oz with his local children's theatre company. In all seriousness, Will left his home town of Middlesbrough in the UK at 18 to go to the Arts Educational School For Performing Arts in London where he majored in musical theatre. After leaving drama school he started performing with The Players Theatre in London's West End, in their, "Old Time Music Hall" shows. After this he joined Scala Theatre Productions touring Europe as Woof in the musical Hair. He was then offered the role of Tin Man in a production of The Wizard Of Oz at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre (a slightly better role than 3rd Munchkin). Will then took a break from musical theatre to perform the role of Walter in the farce, She Was Only An Admiral's Daughter at Leeds City Of Varieties Theatre.Will's final role before his move to the US was playing, Seymour, in the British tour of Little Shop Of Horrors opposite, Britains musical theatre gem, Bonnie Langford. After moving to the US, Will performed the role of Bilbo Baggins at Adventure Theatre in Glen Echo. After that he took a rather long hiatus pondering the meaning of life, meeting his husband and raising a son. Finally after such a long break he is thrilled to be treading the boards again and is over the moon to be making his debut at Creative Cauldron.