TIM ORR has been with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival as a performer since 2007. He joined the staff as the associate producing director in 2011 and became producing artistic director in 2013. During his tenure at CSF, he has helped found the CSF School of Theatre and CSF’s nationally recognized Shakespeare anti-bullying school tour, has begun the Original Practices series of Shakespeare’s plays and has led CSF through several successful capital and endowment campaigns. As an actor, he has appeared in 10 productions at CSF and in numerous theatres across California. His CSF directing credits include "Twelfth Night" (2019), "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead" (2017), "Wittenberg" (2015) and "I Hate Hamlet" (2014), as well as several touring productions. He has held lecturer positions in classical acting, voice and musical theatre at the University of California-Davis, the University of Colorado Boulder and the Berkeley Repertory School of Theatre. He holds degrees in music and arts management from California State University-Sacramento and an MFA in theater from the University of California-Davis. He was a Fellow with the League of American Orchestras.
*Appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association