Timothy Koh


In New York City, Tim has worked as an Assistant Director at Lincoln Center Theater and Manhattan Theatre Club, held a Fellowship at Playwrights Horizons, and directed thesis plays at NYU’s Graduate Department of Dramatic Writing. Other US experience includes work with Scott Rudin Productions, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, and the Lucille Lortel Awards.

In Singapore, he is the Associate Director of Pangdemonium. With the company, he directed Doubt: A Parable (Production of the Year and Best Director nominations at the Life Theatre Awards) and Muswell Hill. With Pangdemonium, he’s assistant directed Into the Woods, People, Places & Things, and The Glass Menagerie, among others. He also helms the company’s Very Youthful Company and New Works Lab.

Training: New York University Tisch School of the Arts (BFA Theatre), College of Arts and Science (BA English and American Literature).


singapore, michigan

Singapore, Michigan

Three college friends confront anxieties and unresolved histories on a road trip to Michigan's ghost town, Singapore.

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