Fringe PVD: black+white+Santa Claus=23

July 27, 2016 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Fringe PVD: black+white+Santa Claus=23

Black + White + Santa Claus = 23
Controversy has followed Bill Pacer. Victimized several times by terrorists, he’s also taught in the inner city, run afoul of British police, worked child care, been an avowed nudist, met a Pope, dealt with censorship and roved though life with fervor and passion. Surviving near death last Christmas, Bill’s perspective on racial and religious differences,reality and who is Santa Claus is unique.

About the artist
Bill Pacer is a mature, open minded, and versatile  writer and SAG/AFTRA actor.  Bill has an unlimited perspective of life, and savors every breath and breathes boldly.

As a writer, Bill knows life is not just black and white. He has served as a war correspondent in Northern Ireland and edited a weekly newspaper. His articles have been published in various magazines and daily newspapers, including The Washington Post  andBaltimore Sun.

Will Go Far, LLC, epitomizes Bill’s exciting reality with solo shows about Ben Franklin, Mrs. Ben Franklin, and others.  And Will Go Far goes farther than simply G-rated shows. They strive to eschew social stigmas and question artificial barriers.

Known as Barefoot Bill Pacer due to his aversion to shoes, he strolls through life with joy and candor.  He loves the stage, film, television, and modeling. Bill has a multifarious background and desire.

He yearns for variety and challenge. His work spans concepts from kids to controversial, horror to humorous, silly to sad. The quintessential character actor, his interpretations are dynamic and exciting. While his signature roles are Scrooge and Ben Franklin, his true signature is the ability to bring life to different and diverse individuals.

Bill has tended to carve his own path. He co-wrote The Stockholders Meeting, which  premiered at the San Francisco Fringe Festival September 2013. The bawdy absurdist comedy about the bare facts of corporate greed boldly used nudity to covey the message.

Bill made his television debut on Romper Room in 1954 on WAAM-TV (now WJZ-TV) in Baltimore. Since then, he has enjoyed the theatrical. Described as uninhibited, eccentric, eclectic, exuberant and unique, Bill defies classification.

An actor with many stage and film credits, Bill pushes the edge. He investigates each personality with intensity, discovering traits and nuances to flesh out and flush out the true nature of the person portrayed.