645 W. 18th Street
Performances (click to purchase):
Saturday, September 03, 2011 7:00 PM
Sunday, September 04, 2011 8:30 PM
Monday, September 05, 2011 4:00 PM
Howard struggles to reconnect his demented and crippled mother with her former life-loving self. Prompting her with songs releases happy, funny, sad, and tragic stories, and unleashes shocking questions about his paternity and heritage.
Howard Timms (Gloucester, UK)
Born in Cheltenham, England, Howard has varied acting and writing experience. His acting and singing includes classical and modern plays, musicals, operettas, and opera. Published writing includes performing arts criticism, reference book articles, and non-fiction books. While living and acting in Chicago, he started writing drama for theatre. His musical book for Good as Gold, was produced at the University of Chicago in 2008. Other works have been performed script-in-hand by American Blues Theater, Breadline Theatre, Chicago Dramatists, Lincoln Square Theatre, Victory Gardens, and Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham. His solo shows include "Let The Lady Sing" and "Accidental Olympian".