Timothy Gadomski

Timothy Gadomski

A rising playwright displaced from Long Island to Connecticut, Timothy M. Gadomski currently works at Nelson Hall Theatre in Cheshire. He writes with his heart & soul often with storylines dealing with Mental Stability, Love, and Gender. Timothy has been involved in theater for over a decade and had his shows, "Indulgence," "Free Will," and "The Harsh Reality of Dating a Poet,...
A rising playwright displaced from Long Island to Connecticut, Timothy M. Gadomski currently works at Nelson Hall Theatre in Cheshire. He writes with his heart & soul often with storylines dealing with Mental Stability, Love, and Gender. Timothy has been involved in theater for over a decade and had his shows, "Indulgence," "Free Will," and "The Harsh Reality of Dating a Poet," produced throughout Connecticut and the East Coast.

Plays

  • Ny Qymguri: A Sinister Virtual Story
    Written in less than 24-hours for virtual Theatre, “Ny Qymguri: A Sinister Virtual Story” gives the audience a chance to hear Gab’s last words by viewing the video diary they create while the world around them is being massacred by a maleficent spirit.
  • Listening to the Neighbors
    Every house you pass has life inside, this is your chance to take a peak.
    An audio play best enjoyed when on a walk through the neighborhood.
  • Wolfe v. Redding
    "Little Red" is a black 16-year-old living in the city. Living with their mother and dealing with life can be painful enough but now "Little Red's" uncle is in the hospital and nobody in the family is around to care for him. This modern adaptation of "Little Red Riding Hood" takes on race and the everyday issues young black American's face everyday.
  • Indulgence
    A play without words, INDULGENCE follows a young man dealing with depression and fixation that moves along through his daily life dealing with friends, family, and love. All the while he tries for his truth to not be revealed, he struggles in deciding to open up or give up.
  • The Harsh Reality of Dating a Poet
    Though she loves Freddie, Mary has begun to find out what it's like to truly love an artist. Being someone's muse can be heart-warming but, the meanings become twisted when it's your life that is being portrayed on stage. As a playwright Freddie is always looking for inspiration and fortunately/unfortunately his life is filled with plenty. In this 3-Scene One-Act musical you will be taken on a...
    Though she loves Freddie, Mary has begun to find out what it's like to truly love an artist. Being someone's muse can be heart-warming but, the meanings become twisted when it's your life that is being portrayed on stage. As a playwright Freddie is always looking for inspiration and fortunately/unfortunately his life is filled with plenty. In this 3-Scene One-Act musical you will be taken on a journey that many lovers of artists know too well.
  • A Series of Arguments
    A young man who has been through the ringer decides it's finally time to open up about who he is. Jon is bi-gender and has struggled with his identity since he was a child. Now that he has more friends and a loving girlfriend, he decides life's too short for secrets. Unlike a musical, the play is guided by slam poetry. The script is the story but the poetry reveals the deepest truth.
  • Free Will
    Will wasn’t supposed to die. Yet, he's at Heaven’s Gate. Laugh along as God and Death argue about the concept of free will all the while our friend, Will, is stuck at the pearly gates.
  • The Misery Theatre Guild
    London. 1891. Tragedy befalls a guild of the foremost playwrights. Another writer hears the news and can not bare it as the truth. After his search begins, he realizes there is more to the story than chance, things deeper than destiny.
  • Harmony Lake
    A family takes a vacation to a beautiful house on a lake in Northern Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, all is not as it seems and the mental stability of the son is pulled into question: keeping the audience guessing until the truth all becomes tragically obvious.
  • Hamovich: A Shakespearean Romance
    Russia, 1982. The Iron Curtain is collapsing and organized crime is growing. The first Bratva has risen and the backstabbing has already begun. In this adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" we follow Anton Hamovich as he tries to prove Cyrille's murderous ways and Olesya finally gets the monologue she deserves.
  • HELLBENT: End of the World Tour
    Massachusetts, 1999. Rock and roll has changed, and three metalheads are finally finding their way. Katie, Shaun and Jack are the members of Lucy's Heart, one of a handful of bands history will remember as the originators of metalcore. This legacy will come to pass when Lucy's Heart are given the opportunity to open for the legends of British heavy metal, HELLBENT, on their final world tour. In...
    Massachusetts, 1999. Rock and roll has changed, and three metalheads are finally finding their way. Katie, Shaun and Jack are the members of Lucy's Heart, one of a handful of bands history will remember as the originators of metalcore. This legacy will come to pass when Lucy's Heart are given the opportunity to open for the legends of British heavy metal, HELLBENT, on their final world tour. In this headbanger's odyssey featuring two original metal hits, follow Lucy's Heart as they dodge low funds, law enforcement and pious parents on their journey to make rock history alongside the masters of heavy metal... HELLBENT!