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Timothy Koch (he/him) is a stage director based in New York City. He directs plays, musicals, new work, classics, opera, and youth theater. Most recently he directed a reading of Phillip Christian Smith's new play Comedies, Errors, Vanity, Stupidity with the Case Western Reserve University's MFA Acting Program in Cleveland, OH. In 2022 he directed the Cabaret Gala for Tectonic Theater Project, of which he is a longtime member and collaborator. In the summer of 2022 his groundbreaking production of Macbeth for three actors ages 8-10 premiered at the Riverdale YMWHA's Summerstage Program. From 2016 to 2020 he served as the Resident Director of Disney's Frozen on Broadway, casting, rehearsing, and maintaining the forty-two strong acting company from understudies to dancers to young princesses to magical Queens. He's previously worked as the longtime associate director to Tectonic co-founder Moisés Kaufman (Seven Deadly Sins; Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) and to award winning British director Michael Grandage (Hughie, Red, Peter & Alice).
Timothy is currently is on the Acting Faculty of AMDA in New York. He has been a guest artist director and instructor at Case Western Reserve University, Michigan State University, and NYU Tisch's Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program. 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 studies the Michael Chekhvo
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