Tim J. Lord

We Declare You a Terrorist (2009)

Tim J. Lord A native of the prairies and (mostly) suburbs of the Midwest, Tim J. Lord currently lives in New York. We Declare You A Terrorist was originally conceived and developed by Tim and West Hyler, who directed a workshop of the play as part of HERE Arts Center’s 2007 American Living Room Festival. The play received a reading at The Public Theater this past January and will be a part of the New Harmony Project this May. Other plays have been developed and produced at Spring Theatreworks, Rude Mechanicals (Austin, TX), 15 Head, HotCity Theatre, and Stanford University/Kennedy Center’s University Playwrights Workshop. His ten minute play Montana Lovesong was a finalist for the 2007 Heidemann Award and was performed at Actors Theater of Louisville for their Actor Apprentice Showcase in January 2008. He is currently at work on an adaptation on The Bacchae with director Jerry Ruiz. Other plays include: The View from Mt. Langley, The Secret History of Caleb Caan, Peloponnesus, Santa Ana Winds, 11 Hills of San Francisco, Better Homes & Homelands, and G-Men!. Tim studied with Paula Vogel while a resident of Providence and is a graduate of the MFA playwriting program at the University of California, San Diego.


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SPF Diary

July 16, 2009

Inside Rehearsal
Welcome to my rehearsal:

July 16, 2009

Dirty War
I wanted to write something about the fact that we started rehearsal this week and it’s going very...

July 10, 2009

Wednesday, July 8
But wait, it's Friday July 9--no, make that the 10th. Or is it Saturday? I don't really know. I...


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