Tim Seib is a stage director who currently resides in New York City. He most recently directed the sold-out runs of The Play That Goes Wrong and Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812 at Theatre Raleigh, as well as the national tour of Million Dollar Quartet. Tim has worked with notable companies such as La Mirada Theatre, Heritage Theatre Festival, Casa Manana, The O'Neill Center, Theatre Raleigh, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, Ozark Actor's Theatre, Storm Theatre, Wings Theatre, Festival 56, The Gorilla Theater, The Universal Theatre Festival, and Emerging Artists Theatre. Regional directing credits include Fun Home, Once, The Secret Garden, Peter and the Starcatcher, Stop Kiss, Million Dollar Quartet, Stop Kiss, Pump Boys & Dinettes, Gypsy, Into the Woods, Cabaret, The Full Monty, Proof, The Lucky Stiff, The Wizard of Oz, A Doll's House, Vanities, The Shape of Things and more. Tim has a passion for working with children and students on the autism spectrum, having helped create Two Roads Educational Arts Theatre as well as teaching with Stages on the Sound in Brooklyn, NY. Tim also enjoys the development process, having worked on the new musicals Broadcast, Goddess, and The White City at The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center as well as directing readings for the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program and the North Carolina Playwrights Lab where he is now a co-producer. Tim is a graduate of Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts in St. Louis, Missouri, and a proud member of the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society.