You might know Tim Mullally as the affable sales person at Style Counsel where he has been a mainstay on Main Street in the Village of Warwick for more than 25 years now.
But did you know that he is also a busy actor?
Starting his career in 2004 at the Lycian Theatre in Sugar Loaf, he has worked nonstop since then, not only performing several times on that stage but countless others throughout the tri-state area including the Paramount Theatre in Middletown, the theater at Museum Village, the Forestburgh Playhouse in Sullivan County and even starring in an Off-Broadway production at the Tank Theatre on 36th Street in New York.
After adopting two children six years with his husband Bob Maxwell, Mullally needed to stick close to home and was fortunate to discover the Cornerstone Playhouse in Sussex Boro, N.J.
Averaging two shows a year, Mullally has starred and performed in a dozen or so productions. Some highlights were the starring role of Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Edna in Hairspray, Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, Oscar Madison in the Odd Couple and, of course, the role of Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol the Musical."
Having sold out every show last year the producers have decided to add two additional shows this year starting on the Saturday after Thanksgiving and running through Sunday, Dec. 15.
Janine Byrne is the artistic director of the Cornerstone Playhouse (501c3) where she has continued to produce shows of the highest caliber drawing talent from the tri-state area.