BA, University of Maryland, 1984; MFA, Florida State University, 1992. At Webster since 1992
Bill Lynch joined the faculty of Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts in 1992. Prior to coming to St. Louis Bill worked as a professional actor throughout the United States and Canada.
Since coming to Webster he has served as the vocal coach or director for over 40 productions and has taught workshops for The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, The Black Rep and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. A member of Actor's Equity since 1989, Bill has appeared in over thirty professional St. Louis productions, including Footloose, Sweet Charity, Damn Yankees, 110 in the Shade (Stages St. Louis), I am a Man, Train is Comin' (St. Louis Black Rep), Art (Ozark Actor's Theatre), Evita, Camelot, Annie (the Muny) and Falsettos (New Jewish Theatre: Best Actor in a Musical; St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Best Musical; Riverfront Times).
Bill is the Vice President of the Board of Trustees of Stages St. Louis and a founding board member of the new Kevin Kline Awards celebrating excellence in professional theatre in St. Louis. In 2004 Bill was selected by the American Council on Education to participate in the ACE Fellows Program. The Fellows Program is recognized as the premier higher education leadership program in the country and is dedicated to creating a diverse pool of leaders who are capable of achieving and maintaining excellence and equity in higher education.