Will Huddleston is an actor, director and playwright who lives with his family in San Francisco. His experience includes work with five different Shakespeare festivals, including six years with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival as both an actor and Resident Director. He has worked as a professional actor at the American Conservatory Theatre, the San Jose Repertory Theatre, and the Intiman Theatre Company among others. Currently, Mr. Huddleston is Resident Director with the California Theatre Center. He has written numerous plays including adaptations of THE JUNGLE BOOK, and GULLIVER’S TRAVELS, along with free-wheeling adaptations of LYSISTRATA and THE BIRDS by Aristophanes. Original plays include THE ADVENTURES OF PERSEUS, A NEW AGE IS DAWNING (a Ragtime Play), THE JOURNEY OF LEWIS AND CLARK, THE KABUKI WIZARD OF OZ, and AMELIA EARHART. These plays have been seen in productions at the Commonweal Theatre in Minnesota, the Seattle Children's Theatre, South Coast Rep, the Honolulu Theatre for Youth, the Alaska Youth Theatre, and at schools and theatre programs for young people across the United States.