Timothey Sullivan

Production Manager

Tim is currently the Production Manager for Emerson College’s Performing Arts Department and their producing wing, Emerson Stage.

Previously, he spent three seasons  as Production Manager for the beautiful Ogunquit Playhouse. There he worked with an incredible production team to mount many spectacular Broadway scale musicals.

Prior to his time in Ogunquit, Tim worked as a major-event producer for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. He served on a fantastic team to help produce fund-raising events and coordinate fund-raising initiatives. Specifically, he produced Broadway Bares, Broadway Backwards, and the Fire Island Dance Festival, as well as taking the lead on many major one-time only special performances and events such as the Bucks County Cabaret at the historic Bucks County Playhouse.

He joined the BC/EFA team after working as the Production Director for the Tony- Award winning Intiman Theatre in Seattle. Sadly, the Intiman was forced to close it’s doors as LORT Regional theater in 2011, due to the major impact from the recession.Before his time in Seattle, he spent several years as the Production Manager for the Brown University / Trinity Rep MFA Program. He was the first person to hold this position, as he was hired to create the production department for this nationally recognized program. Tim also worked as the Assistant  Artistic Director / Associate Production Manager for the Drama Desk Award winning Mint Theatre.

He has worked on production teams for several Broadway shows and national tours, as well as the American Repertory Theatre, Trinity Rep, The Public, Lucille Lortel and New World Stages. He is also the Production Stage Manager for Charles Busch’s annual Off- Broadway production of Times Square Angel.

As an Educator, Tim has also taught at Bridgewater State University, Brown University and Harvard University’s Institute for Advanced Theatre Training, as well as teaching courses and seminars at various high schools and colleges throughout the United States.

 

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