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William F. Lett is a native of Southern California, an honored graduate of the University of Arizona with a BFA in Theatre Arts (Musical Theatre emphasis), who then received a MFA in Dance from California State University, Long Beach, in addition to his training at the EPCOT Institute of Entertainment Arts, the Academy of Dance on Film, and the Goodsell Grande Institute for the Arts and Humanities. He is a member of the AEA, SAG, AGVA and SSDC. Currently he is on the Theatre and Dance faculty at California State University, Fullerton, in addition to performing at, or choreographing a variety of theatrical events. He has served on the faculty at the College of the Desert and The Orange County High School for the Arts, and has conducted master classes for numerous academic and performing arts organizations in the southwest.

As a choreographer, some of his regional and academic credits include South Pacific, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, The Robber Bridegroom, Oklahoma!, Triumph of Love, The Fantasticks, The Pajama Game, Anything Goes, The Americana Awards, Amanda, Dames at Sea, Guys and Dolls, Working, The Wiz, Grease, and Oliver which he received a Drama Logue Award. He also served as Choreographer and Assistant Director and of the KC/ACTF award-winning musical All That He Was, which was honored at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., and at the Festival of Human Voices in Barcelona, Spain.

His directorial projects include 12' x 16', The City of Westminster's "Entertainment Arts Showcase", The Salt that Saved the Kingdom, Grease, The Sound of Music, Runaways, Babes in Toyland, Annie, Cole, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Scheherazade and the Magic Flute, and Laguna.

As a performer he has worked in theatre, television, variety and film, including work for Disney, CBS, NBC, and Touchstone Pictures, and continues as a vocalist with the Mitch Hanlon Singers.