Tim Cusack



In SEX SCENES, Tim performs the role of Travis Lockhart in "Dick Worship" and "The Collapse."

BIO AND PRESS

Tim Cusack is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Theatre Askew. For Askew he has appeared as Tim Jackson-Smith in Bald Diva!, Ariel in The Tempest, and "1" in i google myself. He also conceived, co-adapted, co-directed, choreographed, and appeared as Caligula in the company's critically acclaimed, six-part serial adaptation of the BBC miniseries I, Claudius. For his work on that show, he was named a 2006 Next magazine "Future Legend." He is also a 2007 nytheatre.com Person of the Year. In January his New York premiere production of William M. Hoffman and Anthony Holland's Cornbury: The Queen's Governor will go up at the Hudson Guild Theatre in New York. As an actor, he has appeared in numerous Downtown productions ranging from Richard Foreman's Egyptology to the American premiere of Ariane Mnouchkine's Mephisto. His solo show Stunt Man, created in collaboration with Rachel Kranz and Sarah Lambert, was seen in the NY International Fringe Festival, St. Mary's College in Maryland, and at New York Theatre Workshop. Also a dancer, he appeared in the Jonathan Larson/Jeffrey Jones site-specific musical they created for En Garde Arts, J.P. Morgan Saves the Nation, with choreography by Doug Elkins. He currently dances for Alexandra Beller, and will be seen with her company in May 2009 at The Abrons Arts Center in what comes after happy. Other directing credits include "The Bed" and "Camera Obscura" in the OBIE-winning West and East Village Fragments for Peculiar Works Project, Richard Foreman's What Did He See? set in a gay bathhouse, and Charles Ludlam's Der Ring Gott Farblonjet staged thoughout the Show World porn palace. Speaking of porn, Travis does amateur porn so Tim doesn't have to.

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