Don Williams



Don Williams is a retired minister and former army officer living in Concord. As a theater major at Ripon College, he first appeared in Shakespeare as young Launcelot Gobbo in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE in 1939; later he played Doc Gibbs in OUR TOWN. In Taunton he founded and directed for eleven years The Memorial Players, where his favorite roles included Scrooge, Grandpa Vanderhof in YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, and Friar Laurence in ROMEO AND JULIET.

On moving to Concord in 2002 Don promptly enrolled in Theatre III in Acton, where he played Stephen Hopkins in 1776 last fall and The Stage Manager in OUR TOWNthis summer. TWELFTH NIGHT is his first appearance with The Concord Players


Concord Player Productions
Sir Andrew Aguecheek