Sunday, April 18, 2010

Guest Blogger of the week: Tim Errickson


We would like to give our sincere thanks to ML Kinney for her insightful blogs about her writing process.

We're excited to announce that this week's guest blogger is Tim Errickson.

Tim Errickson is the Artistic Director of The Boomerang Theatre Company. Originally from New Jersey, Tim has made his home in New York City for the past 12 years, working as a stage director and theatre administrator. Tim's recent New York directing credits include the world premiere of THE WEDDING PLAY by Brian Smallwood, STOPPARD GOES ELECTRIC (three Tom Stoppard teleplays adapted for the stage), Kelly McAllister's FENWAY, SOME UNFORTUNATE HOUR, and BURNING THE OLD MAN (Nomination for Outstanding Directing by the New York Innovative Theatre Awards), Michael Weller's MOONCHILDREN (OOBR Award for Outstanding Production), and UNIDENTIFIED HUMAN REMAINS AND THE TRUE NATURE OF LOVE by Brad Fraser. Under Tim's direction, Boomerang was the recipient of 2008 Caffe Cino Fellowship for outstanding achievement in Off-Off-Broadway. As an administrator, Tim has worked at Lincoln Center Theatre, New Dramatists, and The Oberon Theatre Ensemble. He trained at Hofstra University's experimental New College, The University of London, Circle Rep Company, HB Studios, and most recently with LAByrinth Theatre Company for playwrighting. Tim is also the current president of the Off-Off-Broadway Community Dish, serves on the Honorary Awards Committee for the New York Innovative Theatre Awards, and is a member of the Independent Producers Alliance. He currently lives in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.


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