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“Tim brings great energy and understanding to his work with students. His versatility in addressing varied topics and being both a performer and facilitator is impressive. Tim seems to have a natural affinity for kids, and they respond well to him. I think we’ve all seen presenters who have a lot to share but do not connect with youth audiences. Kids connect with Tim easily and he, and they, learn together while exploring challenging issues. I was particularly impressed with his captivating “one-man show,” living out the realities of bullying and its many victims. His ability to jump between roles brings all the more power and urgency to understanding how bullying has ramifications beyond just the particular incident or those most directly involved.”
Rick Gordon, Director, Compass School
Tim Collins has been working as an actor, writer, and solo performer since 2001. Tim is a recipient of the Wallis Foundation Grant, a Roblee Grant, was a featured performer at the 24th Annual “Sharing The Fire” National Storytelling Conference, was nominated for a Kevin Kline Award, won the “Best Solo Performance” award in the 2nd Annual Dialogue ONE Solo Theater Festival, was awarded “Best Dramatic Script” in the 2012 United Solo Theater Festival, “Best Educational Show” in the 2013 United Solo Theater Festival, is a member of the United Solo Academy, and has partnered with/received grant support from the YWCA in Utica, NY.
Tim is published in both PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS, on “The Netflix of Plays,” IndieTheaterNow.com., and has appeared on ABC News, YNN News, TWC News, and NPR. Tim has performed his educational one-man shows across the country, in a wide variety of venues, including public and private high schools, colleges, military bases, universities, churches, libraries, social work agencies, and youth detention centers.