Timothy L’Ecuyer (Director) is a co-founder of StageCoach Productions and was the director of its inaugural production Jane Eyre. He has degrees in Theatre and English from Keene State College. While at Keene State he was the recipient of the Julia McHale Redfern Award for Excellence in the Performing Arts and a nominee for the Irene Ryan Acting Award from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. He has worked professionally in the education departments of the American Stage Festival and Stoneham Theatre, where he directed the young co. production of Urinetown. Mr. L’Ecuyer is currently a Resident Artist at The Peacock Players where his credits as a director include The Secret Garden, Pippin, The Laramie Project, The Dining Room, Seussical the Musical, Children of Eden, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Flowers for Algernon, The Sound of Music, Treasure Island, Urinetown and Alice in Wonderland. He is also the director of the improv comedy troupe "Technical Difficulties." Mr. L’Ecuyer is an English teacher–and former director of theatre–at Merrimack High School. Some of his favorite projects with MHS Theatre include Rabbit, Fortress, Wiley and the Hairy Man, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Hope is the Thing With Feathers, Helpless Doorknobs and Godspell. Mr. L’Ecuyer sits on the boards of the New Hampshire Educational Theatre Guild (NHETG) and Educational Theatre Association of New Hampshire (EdTA-NH). He has worked in educational theatre in both community and professional settings. His students have gone on to work in regional, touring and Broadway productions as well as applying their skills in classrooms, courtrooms and, of course, restaurants.