Tim Errickson is a playwright and stage director based in New York City. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of Boomerang Theatre Company, an award-winning nonprofit theater. He is currently an MFA Candidate in Writing for Stage & Screen with Park Point University.
Productions Tim has directed have been nominated for 12 New York Innovative Theatre Awards, including nominations for Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Production. Tim has previously developed projects with John Pielmeier, Bill C. Davis and Mike Folie, including the treatment for the feature film script “Places”.
His play Endless Summer Nights premiered with Boomerang in September 2010, and was a “Pick of the Week” by nytheatre.com. His play The Firebird premiered at the 2015 Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, receiving 5 PC Award nominations. He was most recently the Lead Producer on Boomerang Theatre Company's new musical LOVELESS TEXAS.
During his time as Artistic Director of Boomerang, Tim has produced 58 full productions (including 19 outdoor Shakespeare productions) and produced development workshops and readings for over 60 new plays. Boomerang was awarded the 2008 Caffe Cino Fellowship for Excellence in Off-Off Broadway, and has reinvented the rotating repertory model for the Off-Off/Indie theatre. In addition to Boomerang, Tim has been on staff at Lincoln Center Theater and New Dramatists.
Tim studied at Hofstra University’s New College, The University of London, Circle Repertory Company and Primary Stages/ESPA. He served on the Honorary Awards Committee for the New York Innovative Theatre Awards from 2005-2015, and was the co-president of the Off-Off Broadway Community Dish, a service organization for the Off-Off/Indie Theatre Community, from 2004-2013.
To Read an Interview with Tim from DirectorSpeak, click here.