ACTPass Member Discount: $260
Ages 18 and older. Maximum of 12 participants.
Class Dates: Jan 21, 23, 26, 28, 30, and Feb 2
Schedule: Tu/Th (7:00pm-9:00pm), Sun (10:00am-1:00pm)
Stephanie Timm is a playwright and teacher living in Seattle. Her newest play Tails of Wasps will premiere with New Century Theatre Company in April 2014, and was nominated for the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. She recently adapted Ramayana for ACT Theatre’s 2012 mainstage season, with playwright Yussef el Guindi. Her play Sweet Nothing: A Grim (Fairy)tale, produced by Macha Monkey, was nominated for a Gregory Award in 2012 for Best New Play. It was previously developed at Lark New Play Development Center and Kennedy Center. Her play On the Nature of Dust, produced by New Century Theatre Company, developed by Portland Center Stage and Icicle Creek/ACT, was nominated for a Best New Play Gregory Award in 2010. Stephanie was playwright in residence at ACT Theatre 2010-2011 where she wrote her commissioned play Rats in the Garden of Eden. Stephanie is a member of Seattle Repertory Theatre’s invited Writers’ Group, The 5th Avenue Theatre’s invited Writers’ Group, company playwright and affiliate artist with New Century Theatre Company, and also a member of ACT’s Affiliate Artist Working Group. Stephanie wrote the book for The 5th Avenue Theatre’s Rosie the Riveter! Her play Crumbs Are Also Bread was just published in Rain City’s Manifesto Series, edited by Steven Dietz. She wrote the script for Frankenocchio: The Adventures of a Divine Boy Toy, created by puppeteer Brian Kooser. Her plays have also been produced and developed at Theatre B, Washington Ensemble Theatre, Elements Theatre Collective, Barnyard Theatre, Looking Glass Theatre, Live Girls Theatre, and Boots Up Theatre Company, among others. She is the recipient of an Artist Trust GAP Grant and three-time finalist for the Heideman Award at the Actors Theatre of Louisville. She currently teaches playwriting at Cornish College of the Arts and ACT Theatre.