Wiley Naman Strasser is a San Francisco - based performing artist whose focus resides in new works, re-envisioned classics, and physical and devised performance. He has worked as an actor, dancer, singer, and musician in Los Angeles, New York, Europe, and South America. Wiley is an Associate Artist with Cutting Ball Theater and a Company Artist with detour dance. Past productions include Invasion!, The Hundred Flowers Project, and 410[Gone] (Crowded Fire Theater), Tontlawald, Krispy Kritters in the Scarlett Night, Antigone and Ozma of Oz (Cutting Ball Theater), Beckon and Filaments (detour dance), Urge for Going (Golden Thread), Great Big Also (Mugwumpin), Colossal (San Francisco Playhouse), and Our Town and Kiss (Shotgun Players). Other credits include work with Aurora, Berkeley Repertory Theater, Buffalo Nights, Cabrillo Stage, FoolsFURY, Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles Theater Center, Magic Theatre, PlayGround, Playwrights Foundation, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Studio Matejka, and TheatreWorks. Recent dance work includes credits with detour dance, EmSpace Dance, FACT/SF, Hope Mohr Dance, and James Graham Dance Theater. He has trained with Alonzo King Lines Ballet, CalArts, Yuyachkani in Peru, Teatr Zar and the Grotowski Institute in Poland, among others, and received his degree in Theater with an Emphasis in Acting from UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television. In 2013 he was named a Theater Artist to Watch in SF Weekly, and in 2014 was the recipient of a TITAN Award for Acting from Theater Bay Area.