Will has had the privilege of working with some of the great theatre luminaries of the 20th and 21st century, and his plays and performances have been seen in some of the world's greatest venues including Lincoln Center (New York), The Sydney Opera House (Australia), The Battersea Arts Centre (London), Royce Hall (Los Angeles), and many others.
What does BAC stand for?
BAC stands for Battersea Arts Centre (London, England)
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- Barbarossa Aquarium Club (France)
- Baryshnikov Arts Center (New York, NY)
- Basavanagudi Aquatic Center (India)
- Base Advisory Council
- Baseband Assembly Control
- Baseline Assembly Control
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- Basic Airborne Course (US Army)
- Bâtiments des Auxiliaires de Conditionnement (French: Auxiliary Buildings Packaging; nuclear waste storage)
- Battle Area Course
- Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation (Maningrida, Australia; Aboriginal outstation resource organisation)
- Bay Area Classic (California)
- Bay Area Conference
- Bay Arts Council (Bay City, Michigan)
- Beach Arts Centre (Canada)
- Beauly Angling Club (fishing; UK)
- Belgian Auto Club (Belgium)
- Bell Atlantic Corporation
- Bellevue Athletic Club (Bellevue, WA)
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The idea was pioneered by Battersea Arts Centre in London and one of the first Scratch successes was Jerry Springer the Opera.
The two new artistic directors, McDermott and Harun Morrison, were appointed to their roles in 2009, following successful stints at Battersea Arts Centre.
Written by Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee, it began life at the Battersea Arts Centre, London, in 2001, before going on to the Edinburgh Fringe, the National Theatre and the West End.
Since it started life in Battersea Arts Centre in 2001, the show has received standing ovations, but has also attracted protesters outside theatres.
The show was a smash hit in London at Battersea Arts Centre and the jokey script calls for story telling and audience participation.
It's currently playing at Battersea Arts Centre in South West London.
In its fourth production the play had a short run on the fringes of London's theater world at the Battersea Arts Centre in late March, playing to packed houses.