February 7th-23rd, 2020
Tim is heading back to Cumberland Theatre in Cumberland, MD for their production of Assassins by Stephen Sondheim! Tim will be performing as Charlie Guiteau, who assassinated President James Garfield in 1881.
Visit https://www.cumberlandtheatre.com/ for more information and tickets.
Born and raised in Torrance, California, Tim had a love of singing at an early age. He sang in his church's choir, participated in variety shows, and eventually was invited to join a production of "Once on This Island" by a classmate. It was at that moment that his life changed forever.
Continuing to perform through high school, Tim made the decision to pursue Musical Theatre in college, choosing Cal State Fullerton's Theatre Department as his new home. Graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre, Tim now has the tools and drive to make his dream a reality.
Now a seasoned New Yorker, Tim has put these skills to work in a number of shows in the New York City area (including two world premiere musicals) a national tour, and multiple regional theatres around the country.
NYC: Adolfo Pirelli in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, John Quincy Adams in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Piper Theatre Productions); Zuccotti Park, Song of Solomon (Salgado Productions, both World Premieres)
Regional/Summer Stock: Jack Stone in Reefer Madness the Musical (Cumberland Theatre); Shrek in Shrek the Musical, Frederick Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein, Carractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang, Bert Barry in 42nd Street (Post Playhouse); Joseph in Joseph…Dreamcoat, Lucky in Dames at Sea (Saddleback Civic Light Opera); The Hawker in The Who's TOMMY (Moonlight Amphitheatre)
Tours: Pop Hanson/Mr. Blandsworth/Detective McSmogg in Miss Nelson is Missing (Two Beans Productions)
Violet, RENT, Godspell (awarded "Outstanding Production of a Musical" by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, 2013), Enoch Snow in Carousel (CSUF); Marius in Les Misérables (ENCORE); and as part of the opening act for Heart at Honda Center.