Meet Neath Williams & Bedlam (Broadway Bound Theatre Festival)

Bedlam

Name:  Neath Williams

What is your current project? Bedlam

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

14th Street Y theater. This is the location provided by the Broadway Bound Theater Festival. After seeing the location it is a wonderful black box that will be a perfect setting for our simply staged show.

What’s next for you?

Keep writing. . .See if this show has the legs for further productions

What is the name of the last show you saw?

Cats. . . hahaha!

Any advice for your peers?

Keep on truckin’ and take advantage of every opportunity to show your work!

Want More?

Website: socartvets.org
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/neath.williams

NEATH WILLIAMS is a Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Petty Officer in the United States Navy Reserves (Sept ’09-Current) He served on active duty from ’99-’09. Neath did three combat tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (1) ’03 Shock Trauma Platoon 10, (2 & 3) Navy Riverine Squadron One (NECC unit) ’07, then again late ’08-’09. He also worked as leading field corpsman, and brig corpsman at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School, Quantico,VA. Neath was born in southern Illinois, grew up in Houston, TX till age 11, then moved to Bowling Green, KY where he then joined the Navy after high school. Upon his honorable discharge after 10 years of service Neath enrolled at Old Dominion University to pursue his passion for the arts. His experiences on stage at ODU led to his move to New York City the summer of 2010 where he received a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies with focuses in theater arts, international studies, and writing for the stage from Marymount Manhattan College.


Show Information:
Bedlam
Tuesday, August 1st at 12:30PM
Saturday, August 5th at 7:00PM
Wednesday, August 9th at 4PM

 

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