Educational One-man Shows for Violence Prevention. For information on booking a performance, click here.
“We had Tim Collins do his timely and critically important show about cyberbullying for 90 high school students at our Governor’s Institute on Current Issues and Youth Activism. It was one of the highlights of the week. The students gave him a standing ovation and were deeply touched by this too relevant show about an issue that too many of them face in their daily lives. Tim’s program helped open up the heart of compassion for our students towards each other and their friends. It helped empower them to consider ways to take action to make their schools, communities, and online lives less cruel and more kind.”
Dr. John Ungerleider
Director, Vermont Governor’s Institute on Current Issues and Youth Activism
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, a Missouri Department of Mental Health 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.