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Bill Langan

Bill Langan

Bill Langan,
Visiting Assistant Professor of Acting
Theatre Performance
School of Theatre

Biography

Bill comes to OCU as a native New Yorker who has worked professionally across the acting spectrum, from theatre to television, national commercials to Shakespeare, from New York to Hollywood to the regional theatres, Off-Broadway to the last of the great repertory companies. Highlights include eight years in the acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (partial list): Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Winter's Tale, Twelfth Night, Richard II, Troilus & Cressida, Henry VI,1-3, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Oedipus Complex, Trojan Women, Three Sisters. Other theatres include: The Shakespeare Theatre (D.C.), Studio Arena Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, Cleveland PlayHouse, Pioneer Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, McCarter Theatre, Syracuse Stage, The Rubicon Theatre, The Hangar Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre and three years in the permanent acting company at the Guthrie Theatre under Garland Wright. New York: The Public Theatre, Vineyard Theatre, Abingdon Theatre Company, Soho Rep. TV: Criminal Minds(CBS), CSI: CYBER(CBS), NCIS(CBS), Numb3rs(CBS), Law& Order, Law & Order CI (NBC), The Prosecutor(NBC), Sweet Nothing In My Ear(CBS).

Bill has taught as an Assistant Professor in Acting, Voice & Speech and Dialects in Ithaca College’s BFA program, at the Los Angeles campus of New York Film Academy and as an adjunct faculty member at Fordham University and Southern Oregon University. Bill is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama and holds a bachelors degree in Political Science from King’s College in Pennsylvania.