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Timothy Douglas Biography

 
Bio:
Timothy Douglas … is a theatre director, actor, writer and educator, most recently represented by his critically-acclaimed RICHARD II for Shakespeare & Company, and off-Broadway with BRONTE for the Alloy Theatre Company. He is an Associate Artist at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park where he ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Timothy Douglas … is a theatre director, actor, writer and educator, most recently represented by his critically-acclaimed RICHARD II for Shakespeare & Company, and off-Broadway with BRONTE for the Alloy Theatre Company. He is an Associate Artist at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park where he ... (read complete bio)

Timothy Douglas

… is a theatre director, actor, writer and educator, most recently represented by his critically-acclaimed RICHARD II for Shakespeare & Company, and off-Broadway with BRONTE for the Alloy Theatre Company. He is an Associate Artist at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park where he directed his African-American take on Horton Foote’s The TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, and has directed nationally and internationally, counting among his many credits the world premieres of August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF for Yale Rep and Rajiv Joseph’s The LAKE EFFECT for Silk Road Rising, as well as his critically acclaimed Caribbean-inspired MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING for the Folger Shakespeare Theatre, the premiere of a new translation/adaptation of Ibsen’s ROSMERSHOLM off-Broadway for Oslo Elsewhere, and MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA and Marivaux’s CHANGES OF HEART for Remy Bumppo Theatre Company where he served for a time as Artistic Director. He was the Associate Artistic Director at Actors Theatre of Louisville from 2001 through 2004 where he directed numerous projects including three Humana Festival premieres, the 25th anniversary production of CRIMES OF THE HEART, and introduced audiences there to August Wilson and his productions of The PIANO LESSON, JITNEY and FENCES. From 1994 - 1997 he served as a director-in-residence in new play development at the Mark Taper Forum/Center Theatre Group under a Mellon Foundation fellowship. During his time as an NEA/TCG directing fellow he served as Resident Director at New Dramatists and Assistant Stage Director on Handel’s RODELINDA for Virginia Opera.

The list of theaters Timothy has made productions for include American Conservatory Theater GOOD BREEDING; Berkeley Rep VALLEY SONG; Berkshire Theatre Festival ASSASSINS, INSURRECTION, BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY; Cleveland Playhouse The TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL; Downstage (New Zealand) MULES; Folger Shakespeare Theatre MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, RICHARD III; Guthrie Theater IN THE BLOOD; Juilliard School The MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, PERICLES; Magic Theatre COWBOYS #2; Marin Theatre Company TOPDOG/UNDERDOG; Milwaukee Rep GEM OF THE OCEAN, the world premiere of THE NIGHT IS A CHILD, TROUBLE IN MIND, RADIO GOLF; Pittsburgh Public Theatre THE CRUCIBLE; Pioneer Theatre Company CLYBOURNE PARK; Pittsburgh Irish & Classical CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, PORTIA COUGHLAN; Playmakers Rep PRIDE AND PREJUDICE; Portland Center Stage ANNA IN THE TROPICS; Round House Theatre A LESSON BEFORE DYING, PERMANENT COLLECTION; Shakespeare & Company BLUE ORANGE; South Coast Rep the west coast premiere of A FEMININE ENDING; Steppenwolf Theatre Company ETIQUITTE OF VIGILANCE; Toi Whakaari (New Zealand) INSURRECTION, THREE SISTERS; Utah Shakespeare Festival LOVES LABOURS LOST; Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company the world premiere of THE LAST ORBIT OF BILLY MARS, and others, as well as workshops for ASK Theatre Projects, Denver Center Theatre Company, National Theatre of Norway, New York Theatre Workshop, O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, The Public Theatre, Red Bull and Roundabout Theatre Company.

Timothy is an Artistic Associate at Milwaukee Rep, and has served as a site visitor/panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, Theatre Communications Group, The Dramaleague, The Philadelphia Theatre Initiative, The Joyce Foundation, and is also a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect.

As a Linklater-designated voice instructor, he served on the faculties of Emerson College, American Conservatory Theater, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Shakespeare & Company, National Theatre Conservatory, University of Southern California, the Theatre School at DePaul University and New Zealand Drama School.

As an actor he has appeared regionally, off-Broadway and on television.

Timothy is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College and Yale School of Drama