TIMOTHY NOLAN is currently an MFA Playwriting candidate at the Actors Studio Drama School and a member of the Indie Theater Hall of Fame.
He is a 2013 Indie Theater Now Person of the year and a winner of a 2003 Fringe Festival Excellence in Playwriting award for Acts of Contrition. He is also the author of Mighty Good Company, What's In A Name (produced by Variations Theatre Group; also Critics' Choice, Samuel French Festival; staged at the Bococa Arts Festival), The Way Out, (award-winner, 2002 Fringe Festival), Not Dark Yet (2008 Fringe Festival), Wrong Barbarians (2004 Fringe Festival), and The Bull Ring (Critics’ Choice at the Samuel French Off-Broadway Play Festival). His short play She’s So Beautiful was presented as part of the TestoGenius Festival at Manhattan TheaterSource.
His other plays include Under the Green Ceiling, Applaud, Friends, and Pop’s Closet, all performed at the late, great Synchronicity Space. He is the former literary manager of Variations Theatre Group and has co-produced three festivals of new plays.
He is a graduate of Fordham University, a co-founder of Present Tense, a member of the Dramatists Guild, and a proud member of Present Company’s Pool. He lives in Brooklyn with his two favorite writers, wife Susannah and daughter Olivia Rose, as well as their two cats Beatrice and Audrey.
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