Timoth David Copney

Timoth David Copney is well known in Baltimore and beyond, having performed, directed, or choreographed more than 60 productions in the area for the past 25 years. A classically trained dancer, he has done several tours across the country and worked with a number of musical theatre stars, including Eartha Kitt, Florence Henderson, Liz Torres and Lee Merriweather.  He is the former theatre columnist for Baltimore Gay Life Magazine, a former writer for DC Metro Theatre Arts, and writes for BroadwayWorld.com, MD Theatre Guide, and BmoreArt. He sits on the steering committees of both the Arts and Culture Council and the Queer Jewish Arts Council, while serving on the Board of Trustees of Bolton Street Synagogue. Previously, he was the Vice President of the Baltimore Theatre Alliance and still Chairs the Baltimore Playwright Festival. He was the Artistic Director of Liberty Showcase Theatre and has been a member of several local theatre boards. He is also a member of the American Theatre Critics Association. He has performed his cabaret show at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, Spirits, and ClubCar, and other Baltimore area music venues.

Stories by Timoth David Copney
A Review of Iron Crow Theatre’s Production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, running through June 30

Perfect for Pride Month, Baltimore’s Premier Queer Theater Manifests a Much Needed Feel-Good Musical About a Boy Who Dreams to be a Drag Queen