ZOMBIE TOWN: A DOCUMENTARY PLAY:
“Nothing short of marvelous….The comic timing…is absolutely hilarious….A good, well-written and extremely well-performed show.” —The Examiner
“Zombie Town is a hip, hilarious and irreverent experience that will keep you laughing.” —The Times-Picayune
“Tim Bauer’s Zombie Town…had the opening night audience raising the roof with laughter.” —Best of New Orleans.com
“The witty writing of playwright Tim Bauer, just in time for a funny, pseudo-morbid romp through the Halloween season.” —San Francisco Bay Times
“This gem is penned by Tim Bauer…whose eye and ear for the culture clashes attendant not only in zombie movies but also between the humbler masses and certain rarified sections of the theater world makes Zombie Town a consistently witty treat.” —San Francisco Bay Guardian
“Don’t miss: ‘Zombie Town.’” —San Francisco Chronicle
“Zombie Town, a sort of live mockumentary about a recent zombie outbreak in Harwood, Texas, should help curb your autumnal hunger for braaaaains.” —SF Weekly
THREE LITTLE WORDS:
“Tim Bauer’s brilliantly executed trunk show Three Little Words…is truly hilarious and not to be missed….It makes you wish Bauer would similarly reset the remaining 36 of the Bard’s theatricals, forsooth and wisely so.” —San Francisco Bay Times
“Tim Bauer’s rollicking, breathless romp through Romeo and Juliet kept the audience and actors gasping for breath.” —My Cultural Landscape
THE MAGIC WORD:
“Each of the [plays] has something to recommend it, in particular the beautifully written speech that forms the bulk of Tim Bauer’s The Magic Word.” —SF Weekly
“These intelligent and playful pieces [make for] a swift, enjoyable evening, especially Ari Owens’ expert turn in Tim Bauer’s The Magic Word.” —San Francisco Bay Guardian
A FUTURIST SUPERSAGA IN SIX ACTS:
“The evening starts with a knockout: Tim Bauer’s A Futurist Supersaga in Six Acts….It’s a hilarious riff on an eclectic mix of topics.” —San Francisco Examiner
“Expertly performed and brilliant.” —San Francisco Bay Times
“Credit Tim Bauer with an original idea and knowing how to work it.” —My Cultural Landscape
“Well-written [with] strong stage pictures.” —San Francisco Bay Times
I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS:
“Hilariously performed.” —San Francisco Bay Times
“Hot Spot,” Bay One-Acts Festival X: The Anthology, San Francisco: Three Wise Monkeys, 2011. Play.
“The Pool or the Tiger: Rajiv Joseph Multitasks Between TheatreWorks and Broadway,” Theatre Bay Area Magazine, Mar 2011. Feature article.
“Mugwumpin’s Strange Occurrences,” Theatre Bay Area Magazine, Aug 2010. Feature article.
“Developing New Work: Four Case Studies,” Theatre Bay Area Magazine, Jun/Jul 2010. Feature article.
“A Futurist Supersaga in Six Acts,” The Best of PlayGround 2010, San Francisco: PlayGround, 2010. Play.
“Three Little Words,” Bay One-Acts Festival 9: The Anthology, San Francisco: Three Wise Monkeys, 2010. Play.
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” The Best of PlayGround 2007, San Francisco: PlayGround, 2007. Play.
“Nowhere Man,” The Best of PlayGround 2006, San Francisco: PlayGround, 2006. Play.
“A Brief Moment for Pausing,” Sitting Room Only, Austin: Austin Script Works, 2003. Play.
“The Author’s Present,” Biblical Proportions, Austin: Austin Script Works, 1999. Play.