Wil Love

“The most rewarding part of being a resident company member with Everyman Theatre is having the glorious privilege of working with World-Class artists and being in my own home in beloved Baltimore”


[Everyman Theatre]: (Resident Company Member): The Importance of Being Earnest (Rev. Chasuble), The Book of Joseph (Salo/Elderly Arnold), Noises Off (Selsdon Mowbray), Death of a Salesman (Willy Loman), Outside Mullingar, (Tony), Deathtrap (Porter Milgrim), By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Frederick Slasvick/Brad Donovan), The Dresser (Geoffrey Thornton), August: Osage County (Charlie Aiken), Heroes (Gustave), You Can’t Take It With You (Mr. DePinna, Grandpa), Pygmalion (Doolittle), Our Town (Stage Manager), The Cherry Orchard (Pishchik), Much Ado About Nothing (Dogberry), School for Scandal (Sir Oliver), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Johnnypateenmike). [National Tours]Daisy MaymeThe Show-off (both with Jean Stapleton). [Regional]: Baltimore Center Stage (31 productions);
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (25 productions); Detroit’s Meadow Brook Theatre (18 productions); Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre; Buffalo Studio; Arena; Actors’ Theatre of Louisville; Seattle Repertory Theatre; Pennsylvania’s Totem Pole Playhouse (43 seasons as resident actor; 25 seasons as Associate Artistic Director). Over 250 performances as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol adapted from the story by him and Carl Schurr. [TV/Film]: The Father and the BearRoute 30 TrilogyBetter Living Through ChemistryVeepSomething the Lord MadeHomicide: Life on the StreetPBS TriflesOnce Upon A WarMr. MagisterCrabs. [Education]: MFA from Wayne State University. Member of Actor’s Equity Association since 1967.