As a young Albert Einstein, Will King’s accent and mannerisms stayed steady throughout the 90 minute play. It would be easy to slip in and out of character and and veer into parody instead of a respectful depiction of Einstein. Indeed, I felt as if I was watching a young genius passionately speaking about ideas which would one day lead him to greatness. -The Charming Modernist
"The way that [Chloe J. Sullivan], Terrence Duraisami, and Will King play the opening scene reminds me why it is considered to be the best in English theatre. Their performances make the terror, tension, and intrigue of the ghost’s first appearance palpable and set the tone for this production perfectly." - Jeremy Thinks Things
"It’s rare to have an ensemble this size have every character become a fully fleshed-out creation. This allows every actor to shine in their respective roles. Kudos to director Will King for bringing the best out of this cast." - Mooney on Theatre
"King’s calm, loyal, regal presence informs the character’s outsider-ness and carries his backstory into the few scenes he has on the island, strengthening his relationships with both Viola and Olivia as a by-product." - My Entertainment World
Interview by Hallie Seline HS: Could you tell me a bit about the show? Will King: Absolutely! Mercury Fur follows two brothers who survive in a lawless city by fulfilling the dark and vivid fantasies of their clients. Language is degrading, memories are disappearing, and as the population becomes increasingly dependant on mind altering butterflies, their...
"Picasso & Einstein walk into a bar..." - In Conversation with Will King & Dylan Evans of "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"
Interview by Ryan Quinn RQ: Tell me a little about the show itself and your production of it. WK: Steve Martin (the established comedian, actor, writer, banjo aficionado) has written a play that features a young Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein at the tipping point of their careers.