Timothy Douglas

Mr. Douglas' recent directing credits include The North Pool, Clybourne Park and The Trip to Bountiful at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, August Wilson’s Two Trains Running for Round House Theatre and Richard II for Shakespeare & Company. Representative productions include off-Broadway's Bronte: A Portrait of Charlotte, Topdog/Underdog for Marin Theatre Company (two Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award nominations), the world premiere of August Wilson's Radio Golf for Yale Repertory Theatre, his acclaimed Caribbean-inspired Much Ado About Nothing for Folger Theatre, Permanent Collection for Round House Theatre, an off-Broadway premiere translation of Ibsen's Rosmersholm and the world premiere of Rajiv Joseph's The Lake Effect for Silk Road Rising in Chicago (2013 Jeff Award for Best New Work). For three seasons he served as associate artistic director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, where he directed A.M. Sunday, All My Sons, Art, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Crimes of the Heart, Fences, Jitney, The Lively Lad and The Piano Lesson, and for four seasons he served as a director in residence (Mellon Foundation Fellow) at the Mark Taper Forum/Center Theatre Group. Mr. Douglas has directed more than 100 projects for many theatre companies nationally and abroad, including American Conservatory Theater, The Guthrie Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Portland Center Stage, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, PlayMakers Repertory Company, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Pioneer Theatre Company, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Downstage (New Zealand), National Theatret (Norway) and Milwaukee Repertory Theater, where he currently serves as an artistic associate. Mr. Douglas is a graduate of the acting program at Yale School of Drama.