As a young attorney, Tim Treanor labored beside several New York state politicians before setting up his own office, becoming the only Buffalo, NY attorney practicing from inside a modeling agency. Comedy, none of it intentional, ensued.
After that, an offer to join the federal government seemed like a good idea.
It took him to Chicago where he met and married Lorraine, and then lured him to the mecca for all attorneys, Washington D.C. A more dramatic setting is hard to imagine.
Tim set aside several novels to write two plays: Murder in Elsinore, which enjoyed a local run, and Dracula: A Love Story, to be produced in 2014. In addition to his work for the federal government, Tim watches the comedies and tragedies unfold on Washington area stages as a theatre critic for DCTheatreScene.com.
Tim writes from his log home in the woods of Southern Maryland, Lorraine by his side, along with Max, the cat, whose dream is to get five minutes alone with canary Charlie Parker Bocelli and their unnamed and uncommunicative Uromastyx.
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