Summer Williams

Summer Williams has been with Company One since its inception in 1998. An active member of the Board of Directors, Summer is a producer, director and educator for Company One. Her most recent professional directing credits include the controversial Neighbors and the world premiere of Grimm. In 2009, Ms. Williams won the Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Director. Other regional credits include The Good Negro, Voyeurs de Venus (Elliot Norton Award nominated), The Bluest Eye (IRNE and Elliot Norton Award nominated), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Spell #7 (IRNE nominated), Jesus Hopped The 'A' Train (2004 Elliot Norton Award for Best Fringe Production) Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (IRNE nominated). Ms. Williams has also directed for the BU Playwrights Theatre, Brandeis University, Clark University, The Theater Offensive and Huntington Theatre Company. She is also a teacher of drama and director at Brookline High School and holds a B.A. in Theatre and well as a MA. Ed. in Urban Education. Ms. Williams serves as a member of the Board of Directors of both Stage Source and The Coolidge Corner Theatre.