Timothy Ackerman

"The Creature embodies abandonment. What happens when one is cast out, unwanted, scorned by all? The result is usually monstrous. Without some love from someone, we see a transformation from the beauty of innocent light and life to the fallen angel down in a dark, lonely hole." Timothy Ackerman

Timothy appeared most recently with OpenStage Theatre as John Proctor in The Crucible. Previous roles include Lee in True West (2015 OpenStage OPUS Award for Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role); Howie in Rabbit Hole with Bas Bleu Theatre; John Seward in Dracula with Front Range Community College; The Book of Liz, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and A Perfect Ganesh with OpenStage Theatre; and The Shape of Things and True West (2007 OPUS Award) with OpenStage Etcetera. Timothy recently appeared in the Netflix Original Documentary, Casting JonBenet, which won the 2017 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Award for Best Documentary Series. He has performed on stages in Wisconsin, California, Illinois and Texas and holds a Bachelors in Theatre Arts from Carroll University.


By Nick Dear | Directed by Peter Anthony

“. . . at the feet of my Master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt how to lie.” – The Creature in Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s 200-year-old horror story continues to challenge the modern imagination in Nick Dear’s electrifying new adaptation. Given life by a man playing God, a Creature assembled from corpses sets out into the unforgiving world to discover his humanity. As he becomes increasingly desperate for companionship, the Creature confronts his horror-struck creator to strike a terrifying deal. This thrilling and deeply disturbing retelling will leave you asking, “Which is the man, which is the monster?” Contains mature themes.

October 27-November 24

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre | 417 W. Magnolia