Tim Slover

Professor

Tim heads the Department of Theatre’s playwriting program, and also teaches dramatic literature. He co-directs the Theatre, Fine Arts, and Humanities in London Learning Abroad program, as well as the London on Stage and other England-based programs for Continuing Education. Tim’s plays include Joyful Noise (Lamb’s Theatre), Treasure, and Lightning Rod (Fulton Theatre); March Tale (Seven Angels Theatre); Utah (Tuacahn Theatre); Hancock County (Westminster College); Virtue (Plan-B Theatre); and The Two Noble Kinsmen (Oregon Shakespeare Festival/Classic Stage Company Play on Shakespeare Festival).

His plays are published by Samuel French, Signature Books, Zarahemla Books, and Leicester Bay Books. Prose includes the novel and radio series, The Christmas Chronicles (Random House and Public Radio affiliates) and the non-fiction Messiah: the Little-known Story of Handel’s Beloved Oratorio (Silverleaf Press) Other writing has appeared in Sunstone Magazine, The National Biography of American Theatre, and the poetry journal A Time for Singing.

His screenplay, A More Perfect Union (PBS), garnered a Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge George Washington Honor Medal, and the film is soon to be appear on Amazon Prime. Other writing awards include the Hopwood Award for Drama and the Christopher Brian Wolk Award for Playwriting Excellence. He has been a writer-in-residence at Cornell College, Penn State University, and the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College.

 

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