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Timothy D. Stickney

Fifth season: Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing and Duke of Exeter in Henry VStratford: Sebastian (The Tempest, with Christopher Plummer), Banquo (Macbeth), Corporal Nym (The Merry Wives of Windsor), Pothinus (Caesar and Cleopatra, with Christopher Plummer); years after his debut with the National Shakespeare Company, reprised Tybalt in Stratford. Elsewhere: 2011: Stickney was Macbeth (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis). Previous: Hamlet (AUDELCO-nominated, Take Wing and Soar); Oswald, King Lear (with Kevin Kline), The Taming of the Shrew (Public Theater); Escalus, Romeo and Juliet (Central Park’s Delacorte); Achilles, Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare Theatre); Orsino, Twelfth Night (Seattle Rep.); Lorenzo, The Merchant of Venice (Hartford Stage). Timothy’s led award-nominated productions of Othello (Africa Arts) and Richard III (TWAS). Directed AUDELCO-winning The Pecong and King Lear, with Trezana Beverly, for TWAS (associate artistic director). TV: Best known as One Life to Live’s R.J. Gannon. Training: American Academy of Dramatic Arts/Company.

Meet Timothy D. Stickney at Festival Friday Chats on August 17 and August 24.