AARON WILLIS is an actor, director, educator, and co-founding artistic director of Convergence Theatre (with Julie Tepperman).  Directing credits includeOther People (Mutual Friends Co-op), YICHUD (Seclusion) (co-directed with Richard Greenblatt) (Theatre Passe Muraille/Convergence Theatre); The Gladstone Variations – The Tearful Bride (Convergence Theatre, Dora nomination); AutoShow (Convergence Theatre/Toronto Fringe 2006); Assistant Director on Much Ado About Nothing (2012) and EVITA (2009) as part of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Theatre Training. Selected acting creditsYICHUD (Seclusion)  (Theatre Passe Muraille/Convergence Theatre); The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh (Roseneath Theatre); Zadie’s Shoes (GCTC); Abattoir (Kaeja d’Dance/Harbourfront Centre); The Russian Play (Factory Theatre); Wrecked (Roseneath; Dora Nomination – Best Performance TYA); The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare in the Rough); (nod) (Theatre Gargantua); Waiting for Lefty and Awake and Sing (The CO.); Well, (Tarragon Theatre).  Film/TV:  Flashpoint Education:  Aaron is an “Artist-in-the-Schools” with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, The Luminato Festival, and A Bit O’ The Bard, an in-school Shakespeare program for teachers and students grades 4-9.  Other:  He has a BA Honours in Drama from the University of Alberta and is a graduate of George Brown Theatre School.