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Michael T. Williams

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Michael T. Williams is assistant professor of practice in the Theater and Performance Studies Program and artistic advisor to co-curricular theater at Georgetown. He is a devised and ensemble theater practitioner and pedagogue: part director, performer, and educator working in collectively authored performance. Driven by visual storytelling and sonic languages, his work explores the marriage of the divine and the profane, unreliable first-person narratives, and theatricalization of non-dramatic and autobiographical texts. With his collective Antigravity Performance Project and solo, Williams has worked with FringeArts, La MaMa ETC, Pig Iron Theatre Company, Soho Rep, Trinity Rep, and Sleeping Weazel, and has been presented at FringeArts, Ars Nova, Ice Factory Festival, New Ohio Presents, and Haverford College through the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship. Williams holds an MFA in devised performance from University of the Arts/Pig Iron Theatre and a B.A. in theatre arts and performance studies and education studies from Brown University.