Bill Corson Biography

Bill Corson

Bill was most recently seen on stage last summer, feebly trying to get off a big boat that was sinking in Trilogy Repertory’s production of Titanic. Despite singing both of the Barrett’s arias with relative success, he drown right along with the rest of them. No stranger to the stage Bill, and his wife Lauran, run Corson Studios in Basking Ridge, dedicated solely to the enhancement of the Vocal Performing Arts. Bill has won much praise for the creation and direction of "September Song" an evening an Operetta and Musical Theater, now in its 7th season. In his formative years Bill performed leading and supporting roles with the Light Opera of Manhattan and the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players. Bill is delighted to be appearing at Gill for the first time and equally thrilled to be playing across from long time friend Beth Amiano Gleason; finding the whole experience to be positively "gripping."

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
Titanic: The Musical ......Andrews Middlesex County Plays in the Park 8/14/2002
Something's Afoot ......Flint Gill St. Bernards Community Players 7/26/2001
Recent Production Credits
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Pirates of Penzance ...... Directed Ridge Light Opera 7/10/2003
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