Will is performing in Character Flawed, NYC's #1 Stand Up Comedy Event, on Oct 3rd at the World Famous Dangerfield's Comedy Club. Tickets Here.


Will just wrapped a successful run of HAIR at Berkshire Theatre Group, stepping into the role of Woof at the last minute.

Chefs: A Sizzling Kitchen Showdown

Will’s professional choreographic debut!  More interactive than Blue Man Group and more Magic than Mike, CHEFS is Girl’s Night gone wild!   Produced by MILLS Entertainment, the Chefs Tour debuted around the country Spring 2018.
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"As Woof, Will Porter sings the song “Sodomy” and then, much later, proceeds to entangle Mick Jagger in a most remarkable and funny way. He is funny throughout the show." - The Berkshire Edge
"Will Porter epitomizes the erotic exuberance of the era as the pansexual Woof." - The Times Union
"Will Porter (Woof) offers a hilarious delivery of 'Sodomy.'" - Berkshire On Stage
"Some of these songs were considered “shocking” in decades past, and the show was originally banned in Boston. They include: “Sodomy”, sung by the comedic Woof, nicely done by Will Porter, whose Mick Jagger obsession provides the show with some levity…" - In The Spotlight
"As the daffy Dr. Kitchell, Will Porter adds an amusing twist all his own" -
"Will Porter does some great singing as Pinocchio, and the ensemble in general is satisfying as they reappear in numerous roles, showing off expert singing, dancing and acting skills." - Wicked Local Beverly
"Porter brings life and fun to a character who would otherwise just be seen as a down on his luck freak just like the others.  If you close your eyes you can’t tell the difference between Porter and what is supposed to be a wooden doll. The voice on porter is some of the most amazing and spot on voice work that I have ever heard." - Wood Media
"The best of the best is Pinocchio (Will Porter), who emerges as the leader of the castaway fairy tale characters exiled to Shrek’s swamp." - OnBostonStages
"I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the fantastic voices of Will Porter and Kevin Zak as Jetsam and Flotsam, Ursula’s two eel henchmen. Not only did they get the creepy voices down to a t, but their vocals were quite impressive." - Review STL
"Kevin Zak and Will Porter are quite good as Ursula’s moray eel minions, Flotsam and Jetsam, respectively." - BWW


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