Jill Williams Headshot

Jill Williams

Get Jill Williams Email Alerts

Be the first to get news, photos, videos & more.

Jill Williams STAGE CREDITS

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1928
Ensemble

[Broadway]
1925
A Lady

2nd Nurse

"How D'You Do?" Performer

[Broadway]
1924
Performer

Writing

Bookwriter/Composer/Lyricist
Bookwriter
Composer
Lyricist

Jill Williams News


OKLAHOMA! Showing On the Main Stage of The Lake Worth Playhouse

Lake Worth Playhouse announces the production of Oklahoma! on the Main Stage as part of our 71st Season.
RENT Comes to Lake Worth Playhouse in October

Rent on the Main Stage of Lake Worth Playhouse as part of the 71st Season. Learn more about the musical and find out how to get tickets here!
CALENDAR GIRLS Opens At The Lake Worth Playhouse For A Special Limited Engagement

Lake Worth Playhouse (Executive Director, Stephanie Smith; Artistic Director, Daniel Eilola) announces the opening of Calendar Girls as a special Limited Engagement.
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Celebrates 60 Years of The Clark Center

Clark Center NYC and the New York Library for the Performing Arts, join in celebrating the history and legacy of the Clark Center with a dive into their archives.
Clark Center Celebrates 60th Anniversary With 4 Days Of Programming

Clark Center NYC continues its series of events celebrating the 60th anniversary of the initial founding of the Clark Center for the Performing Arts.
Clark Center - A Seminal Space For Dancers Of Color And New Choreographic Talent Celebrates 60th Anniversary

On Sunday, March 30th, 1958 Alvin Ailey gave his first NYC concert at the 92nd St. Y where he debuted one of his signature pieces, 'Blues Suite'. Many of the best dancers in the city performed that day. Don't miss the opportunity to hear three of these amazing artists - Ella Thompson Moore, Nat Horne and Dorene Richardson - share memories of this auspicious (incredible) performance.
BWW Review: FOOTLOOSE THE MUSICAL at Lake Worth Playhouse

With high-caliber performances, pumped-up choreography, and a soundtrack featuring 80's hits, there is no excuse for you to not cut loose and kick off your Sunday shoes!
BWW Review: FOOTLOOSE THE MUSICAL at Lake Worth Playhouse

With high-caliber performances, pumped-up choreography, and a soundtrack featuring 80's hits, there is no excuse for you to not cut loose and kick off your Sunday shoes!
BWW Review: Celebrating the Legacies of BESSIE SCHONBERG and LOUISE ROBERTS

Dance enthusiasts from all walks of life gathered for an intimate showing of the fascinating Eye on Dance episode taped in 1986, entitled 'Nurturing A New Generation of Dancers, featuring two beloved dance figures and mentors- Bessie Schonberg and Louise Roberts, presented at Gibney Dance. Curated by Celia Ipiotis (Creator/Co-Producer/Host of Eye on Dance) and Jeff Bush (Co-Producer of Eye on Dance), put together this lovely event as part of the Eye on Dance Public Screenings and Conversation Series.
Gibney Dance to Celebrate Bessie Schonberg and Louise Roberts with EYE ON DANCE Screening, 12/14

Gibney Dance presents EYE ON DANCE LIVE!, celebrating Bessie Schonberg and Louise Roberts, on Monday, December 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Gibney Dance, 280 Broadway (entrance at 53A Chambers Street). Free admission!
Dancers Over 40 to Perform CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC Event, Today

Dancers Over 40 celebrates diversity in dance with Can't Stop the Music! Can't Stop the Dance! Diversity All Around Us! – featuring DO40 Advisory Board member Jerry Mitchell's new musical comedy, Gotta Dance – the incredible true story of ten determined dreamers who have three things in common:  they love to dance, they have something to prove and they are all over 60.  They battle pain, prejudice, self-doubt and each other for a chance to bust a move at center court in front of 20,000 screaming fans at a national basketball team's half time show. That panel will be moderated by Broadway World's Richie Ridge. Also featured, a celebration of African-American, Hispanic and Asian artists including DO40 member Gus Solomon jr's dance company Paradigm, and members of his company, Carmen de Lavallade, Sarita Allen, Hope Clarke and Karen Brown (Dance Theater of Harlem, Complexions, Ailey, Dunham Companies), as well as Dr. Mel A. Tomlinson (Dance Theater of Harlem, Ailey, NYCB), Gemze de Lappe (Agnes de Mille) Gail Reese (Ailey, Donald McKayle, Talley Beatty, Agnes de Mille) Fernando Carrillo (Ailey II, Ballet Hispanico),  Lillian Colon (RCMH's first Puerto Rican Rockette) Solomon Dumas (Garth Fagan, Ronald K. Brown, Ailey II), Jill Williams (The Clark Center), Complexions Ballet, Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company and Baayork Lee and the National Asian Arts Project.
BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge Moderates Dancers Over 40's Panel Today

Dancers Over 40 celebrates diversity in dance with Can't Stop the Music! Can't Stop the Dance! Diversity All Around Us! - featuring DO40 Advisory Board member Jerry Mitchell's new musical comedy, Gotta Dance - the incredible true story of ten determined dreamers who have three things in common: they love to dance, they have something to prove and they are all over 60. They battle pain, prejudice, self-doubt and each other for a chance to bust a move at center court in front of 20,000 screaming fans at a national basketball team's half time show. That panel will be moderated by BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge.
Dancers Over 40 to Perform CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC Event, 10/14

Dancers Over 40 celebrates diversity in dance with Can't Stop the Music! Can't Stop the Dance! Diversity All Around Us! – featuring DO40 Advisory Board member Jerry Mitchell's new musical comedy, Gotta Dance – the incredible true story of ten determined dreamers who have three things in common:  they love to dance, they have something to prove and they are all over 60.  They battle pain, prejudice, self-doubt and each other for a chance to bust a move at center court in front of 20,000 screaming fans at a national basketball team's half time show. That panel will be moderated by Broadway World's Richie Ridge. Also featured, a celebration of African-American, Hispanic and Asian artists including DO40 member Gus Solomon jr's dance company Paradigm, and members of his company, Carmen de Lavallade, Sarita Allen, Hope Clarke and Karen Brown (Dance Theater of Harlem, Complexions, Ailey, Dunham Companies), as well as Dr. Mel A. Tomlinson (Dance Theater of Harlem, Ailey, NYCB), Gemze de Lappe (Agnes de Mille) Gail Reese (Ailey, Donald McKayle, Talley Beatty, Agnes de Mille) Fernando Carrillo (Ailey II, Ballet Hispanico),  Lillian Colon (RCMH's first Puerto Rican Rockette) Solomon Dumas (Garth Fagan, Ronald K. Brown, Ailey II), Jill Williams (The Clark Center), Complexions Ballet, Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company and Baayork Lee and the National Asian Arts Project.
Richard Ridge Will Moderate Dancers Over 40's Panel on 10/14

Dancers Over 40 celebrates diversity in dance with Can't Stop the Music! Can't Stop the Dance! Diversity All Around Us! - featuring DO40 Advisory Board member Jerry Mitchell's new musical comedy, Gotta Dance - the incredible true story of ten determined dreamers who have three things in common:  they love to dance, they have something to prove and they are all over 60.  They battle pain, prejudice, self-doubt and each other for a chance to bust a move at center court in front of 20,000 screaming fans at a national basketball team's half time show. That panel will be moderated by BroadwayWorld's Richie Ridge. Also featured, a celebration of African-American, Hispanic and Asian artists including DO40 member Gus Solomon jr's dance company Paradigm, and members of his company, Carmen de Lavallade, Sarita Allen, Hope Clarke and Karen Brown (Dance Theater of Harlem, Complexions, Ailey, Dunham Companies), as well as Dr. Mel A. Tomlinson (Dance Theater of Harlem, Ailey, NYCB), Gemze de Lappe (Agnes de Mille) Gail Reese (Ailey, Donald McKayle, Talley Beatty, Agnes de Mille) Fernando Carrillo (Ailey II, Ballet Hispanico),  Solomon Dumas (Garth Fagan, Ronald K. Brown, Ailey II), Jill Williams (The Clark Center), Complexions Ballet, Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company and Baayork Lee and the National Asian Arts Project.
Footlight Players' WAIT UNTIL DARK Begins Tonight

The Footlight Players, South Carolina's longest-producing theatre company presents its second main-stage production, Wait Until Dark, a suspenseful thriller, written by Frederick Knott. Directed by Don Brandenburg, it's the story of a recently blinded housewife who gets into trouble when she unknowingly comes into possession of a doll containing illicit drugs. With this her life changes, when three criminals plot to reclaim possession of the drugs. The plot thickens as she schemes to outwit them in their quest. The cast includes Jill Williams as Susy Hendrix, Drew Anderson as Sam Hendrix, Aubrey Rogers as Gloria, Timothy Trouche as Harry Roat, Evan McNear as Mike Talman, Linwood Yarboriugh as Sgt. Carlino, Jae Patrice as the Policewoman and Rhett Klok as the Ploiceman.

Jill Williams FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many Broadway shows has Jill Williams been in?

Jill Williams has appeared on Broadway in 3 shows.

How many West End shows has Jill Williams been in?

Jill Williams has not appeared in the West End.

How many shows has Jill Williams written?

Jill Williams has written 1 shows including Rainbow Jones (Bookwriter/Composer/Lyricist).

Get Jill Williams Email Alerts

Be the first to get news, photos, videos & more.

Videos