TIM BAUER is a Bay Area playwright. His plays have been produced by theaters across the country including Southern Rep, Hippodrome Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Left Edge Theatre, Sleepwalkers Theatre, PlayGround, PianoFight, Bay One Acts Festival and Austin Script Works, and developed by Magic Theatre, Just Theater, Playwrights Foundation, Bay Area Playwright’s Festival and the Great Plains Conference.
Tim has received full-length play commissions from Magic Theatre, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and PlayGround. He’s been a three-time finalist for the Humana Festival’s Heideman Award; a finalist for the Lark Playwright’s Festival, the STAGE International Script Competition and the Aurora Theater Global Age Project; a semifinalist for PlayLabs and the Nicholl Fellowship; a winner of three PlayGround Emerging Playwright Awards; and a winner of the Storer Boone Award for Best Original Play.
His work for the stage includes the full-length plays Zombie Town: A Documentary Play, Gyroball, Exit Wounds, The Secret Rulers of the World Go To Camp, and Beyond Words; the one-act plays Hot Spot, Three Little Words and I’ll Be Home For Christmas; and the short play David Mamet’s Green Eggs and Ham, a winner of A.C.T.’s David Mamet Writing Contest.
Tim served as the first San Francisco Regional Rep of the Dramatists Guild, the Literary Manager of the Portuguese Artists’ Colony, and the Literary Associate of Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre. He’s an alumnus of the Magic Artists Lab at Magic Theatre and the PlayGround Resident Playwrights.