Biography of Marc Williams

ECMCA Chief Adjudicator

Biography of Marc Williams

Marc Williams has a deep passion for the performing arts and has been in performance, as a triple threat, since 1993.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Film, Media and Visual Studies at the University of Cape Town in 2004.

He has starred as the lead role in “Godspell”, “Westside Story”, “Over The Rainbow” (UCT), “Jack and the Beanstalk”, “Beauty and Beast”, “The Sleeping Beauty” and several Arts Theatre productions, to name a few.

As a character dancer, he has performed in several productions for the Joanna Wright School of Ballet.

Marc has also directed large scale musicals for Stirling High School, where he is the head of Dramatic Arts. His directing credits include “Footloose”, “A Dance With A Poorman’s Daughter”, On Broadway”, “The Sound of Music”, “Sabrina Fair”, “The Wizard of Oz”, “The Heart of Robin Hood” and “Singin’ In The Rain”. He has also directed Reza de Wet’s acclaimed plays “Missing” and “Good Heavens” for Stirling High School.

He serves as a board member at The Arts Theatre and is on the Buffalo City Drama Eisteddfod committee.

He is dedicated to providing performance opportunities in East London, coaching learners for the Trinity College of London examinations using the Speech and Drama, Musical Theatre and Communications syllabi.

In his spare time he is the chief adjudicator for the Eastern Cape Majorette and Cheerleading Association (ECMCA), which is affiliated to the South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association (SAMCA).