Timothy Espinosa holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater from California State University at Fullerton and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Brandeis University. He has served as a faculty member at Riverside City College, Brandeis University and American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles teaching courses in Musical Theater Techniques, Acting, Directing, Stage Combat, and Musical Theater History. Professional memberships include The Society of American Fight Directors, KCACTF Region VIII Respondent, Musical Theater Educators Alliance, and Actors Equity Association. Timothy has served as a resident actor for the SITI Company in Rochester, New York under the leadership of famed director Anne Bogart. He has also performed and directed for Goodspeed Opera House, Papermill Playhouse, New Repertory Theater Company, The Double Edge Theater Company, North Shore Music Theater, The Berkshire Theater Festival, Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and The American Repertory Theater. Regional credits include: (Javert) Les Miserables, (Edgar) King Lear, (Trofimov) The Cherry Orchard, (Tommy) The Who’s Tommy, (Antiginus) The Winter’s Tale, (Cervantes) Don Quixote, and (Rapunzel’s Prince) Into The Woods. As a violinist, Timothy has performed at major venues such as Symphony Hall with The Boston Pops Orchestra and the Orange County Performing Arts Center with The Pacific Symphony Orchestra. He currently resides in Irvine, California with his wife Ashlee.