Will Fulton

Will Fulton

Will Fulton is a New York-based writer and theater-maker. In 2011 he co-founded mythic theater company AntiMatter Collective (antimattercollective.org) for whom he is a writer, director, producer, and sound designer, and he has worked in various capacities with companies such as Target Margin, 500 Clown, and Court Theatre. Previously he has written criticism for nytheatre.com. He studied classics, theater, and media at the University of Chicago.

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