William Corson (Co-Founder, Vice Chair) served as the company’s most frequent stage director. For 20 years he produced and/or directed over 60 mini-shows ranging from Gypsy to The Barber of Seville. Additionally Bill has directed over a dozen full length productions such as The Pirates of Penzance and Thoroughly Modern Millie. A former member of the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players (NYGASP), Bill is a G&S enthusiast but with a wide range of musical theater background. He is a graduate of Colgate University and once led their well known men’s a cappella group, The Colgate Thirteen.  Although still active as LONJ Trustees Bill is now retired living in Woodstock, VT where he serves as a Village Trustee, Vestry member of St. James Church, Trustee of Pentangle Arts and President of the Woodstock VT Pickleball Club.