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Timothy Koch (he/him) is a NYC based stage director. A company member of Tectonic Theater Project, he directed the 2023 Tectonic Cabaret headlined by Jane Krakowski, the 2022 Tectonic Cabaret headlined by Billy Porter, and associate directed Seven Deadly Sins, which was performed across seven empty storefronts in the Meatpacking District in the summer of 2021. Credits include Friend Animals (Quinnipiac University), F*** My Life! (The Tank), She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms (Case Western Reserve University), Dr. Fox and the Impossible Cure for Death (Michigan State University), How Love Feels (Common Man Musicals), Adam & Eve (The Duplex & The Kraine) and Edward Allan Baker’s Dolores (Partly Cloudy People/Abingdon Theater). He previously worked as the assistant director to Tectonic founder Moisés Kaufman (Broadway: The Heiress, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo; Regional: 33 Variations, Bent) and associate director to Michael Grandage (West End: Peter and Alice; Broadway: Cripple of Inishmaan, Hughie, & Resident Director of Disney’s Frozen)). His documentary short Alternate Side Parking will premiere in May as part of the Inwood Film Festival in Upper Manhattan.

Timothy teaches Moment Work with Tectonic Theater Project, and is member of the Acting Faculty of AMDA in New York. He has been a guest artist and instructor at Quinnipiac University, Case Western Reserve University, Michigan State University, and NYU Tisch's Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program. For two summers he oversaw the acting program at the Riverdale YMWHA Summerstage Theater Program, teaching Shakespeare, acting, and musical theater to students 8 to 18, and for which he directed and adapted Macbeth and Hamlet for an ensemble of young actors.

He coaches acting privately through his company
TK Theatre-Studio, where he works with a range of clients on Shakespeare, Grad School and Broadway auditions, and artistic and craft development. 

Timothy holds a B.A. in Theater from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and trained at the Eugene O’Neill Center’s National Theater Institute in Waterford, CT.

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