William Andrews, director of Arsenic and Old Lace, is a graduate of Indiana-Purdue at Ft. Wayne. Though his degree is in musical theatre direction, he likes classic comedies, too. Staff members have often remarked on his habit of studying the script even after rehearsals begin. His latest credit at Epilogue is as director of Remember Your Hit Parade? revue in January. He has performed and/or directed at the Wagon Wheel in Warsaw IN and at Footlite Musicals, Center Stage Productions, and Wayne Township Educational Foundation summer productions.
I'm interested in keeping other people from building Utopia, because the more you believe you can create heaven on earth, the more likely you are to set up guillotines in the public square to hasten the process. "-- James Lileks