William Carlos Angulo is a Chicago based choreographer from Lake Zurich, IL. He began his training at Denise Sabala Dance Studio before participating in Ballet Chicago’s professional program and Hubbard Street Dance Center’s scholarship program. He has performed with The Marriott Theatre, The Paramount Theatre, The Drury Lane Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, The Lyceum Theatre, Stages St Louis, The Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Roundabout Theatre Company, Theatre for The New City, Lincoln Center Theatre, and The McCarter Theatre. Choreography credits include the Chicago regional premier of Far From Heaven at Porchlight Music Theatre, The Full Monty at Penninsula Players, the Chicago premier of A Disappearing Number at Timeline Theatre Company, the world premier of La Havana Madrid at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Ragtime at Griffin Theatre Company, the Chicago regional premier of Bridges of Madison County at The Marriott Theatre, West Side Story (Jeff Award – Best Choreography) and the Chicago regional premier of Mamma Mia at The Paramount Theatre. He is Head of Dance and Choreography at The Goodman Theatre’s Musical Theatre Program and holds a BFA in Musical Theatre and Drama from Indiana University.