Tim Sullivan

Tim Sullivan

Based in London for seven years, Tim Sullivan was the artistic director of Savio(u)r, a theatre company dedicated to uniting British and American artists. For Savio(u)r, he directed the London premiere of Neil LaBute's Autobahn, the UK's official 75th anniversary production of Our Town at the King's Head Theatre, Crave by Sarah Kane, Twelfth Night, and the world premiere of At the Broken Places, which received 6 Off-West End Award nominations including Best New Play, Best Ensemble, and Best Director. At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he starred in The Toll, the stage adaptation of his blog based on his summers working as a toll collector on the Massachusetts Turnpike. Other directing credits include The Producers, A Chorus Line, and Company for Mayhem Musical Theatre Company. He holds a B.A. in Theatre from the University of Southern California. A San Francisco resident for three years, he is always thrilled to experience the incredible theatre scene in the Bay Area. 
 

 




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BWW Review: THIS RANDOM WORLD at Left Edge Theatre
May 15, 2019

Dubbed 'the most ubiquitous contemporary American playwright whose name you may never have heard' by the Chicago Tribune, Steven Dietz's oeuvre contains nearly forty plays that are frequently produced across the country. With one of his most recent plays, This Random World, Dietz weaves coincidentally-related characters through serendipitous encounters across the globe in this charming, if modest, production by Left Edge Theatre.

BWW Review: WEIGHTLESS at Strand Theater
May 8, 2019

Ovid's Metamorphoses has inspired countless adaptations in the two millennia since it was first published - Mary Zimmerman beautifully staged a revival of her version at Berkeley Repertory Theatre earlier this year. In Weightless, husband and wife composers The Kilbanes (Kate Kilbane and Dan Moses) hone in on one of the lesser known fables of Procne and Philomela to create a rich, carefully-crafted rock opera. Rather than juggle competing narratives like other adaptations, this piece provides focus and clarity that enables real empathy for the sisters at its center.