Originally from northeast Nebraska, Bill graduated from Kearney State in the early 1970’s. His acting experience consists of roles in high school performances of The Man Who Came to Dinner and The Family Nobody Wanted. More recently, Bill spent two decades directing one-acts, full length plays, and speech at Axtell Community School. One year into retirement from school administration, Bill is thrilled to be making his Crane River Theater debut in Of Mice and Men. He remembers quite fondly the first time he saw a production of the play. It was a 1968 George Segal/Nicol Williamson production on ABC’s Theatre Nights. That experience made him realize just how powerful theatre could be. Thank you, Crane River Theater, for this opportunity, and thank you to my super supportive family and friends.