Will Luera joined Florida Studio Theater in 2014 and has appeared in numerous comedy festivals around the world. He has studied improvisation with ImprovOlympic, The Second City, The Annoyance Theater, TheUpright Citizens Brigade, and Keith Johnstone. Will has applied Improvisation to a number of other outlets including Spirituality, Scripted Theater, Technology, Television and Film. Since 2004, Will has served Healing Moments as consultant for Improvisation Education. Also in 2004, Will was the Boston and national winner of PAX-TVs World Cup Comedy. He was also a producer and actor in Strange Faculty, which was accepted to the 2007 New York Television Festival, the 2008 Los Angeles Independent Television Festival and was a winner of the 2008 NBC Comedy Short Cuts competition. He has taught improvisation classes for The United States State Department, Major League Baseball, Google, Thomson Reuters, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Boston College and has directed shows for The Tribe Theater, Another CountryProductions, Longwood Players, The Footlight Club and The Alarm Clock Theater. Since 2013, Will has worked with the MIT Media Lab, Google and the Augmented Reality Community to find ways to integrate comedy and improvisation with cutting edge technology. In 2012, Will received the life-time title of ArtisticDirector Emeritus of ImprovBoston. Will is a globally renowned improv and theater actor, director and instructor that performs and teaches regularly all across North America, South America, Europe and Asia.