About

DirectorTimothy LeBlanc

Timothy is a producer and director for live entertainment, special events and shows in large-scale arenas including stage show, ice show, film and television productions. He is a creative force in show development and production, specializing in creative and technical design, through his visionary talents in bringing stories to life. Timothy has been a leader in all phases of production and marketing projects from concept to completion. He has directed creative teams, casts and crews of over 500 people, managed multi-million dollar budgets and collaborated with a wide range of fellow talent including producers, directors, writers, designers and artists. From branding and live entertainment, to staging, audio, video and production lighting, Timothy has been at the center of event and show production in a variety of environments for several years, working closely with high-level clients and name talent.

Timothy has also produced and directed many figure skating productions, featuring national, international and Olympic figure skating champions, such as Harvard University’s An Evening with Champions. Having produced many productions for the world-renowned figure skating club, The Skating Club of Boston, Timothy was also the Artistic Director for the 2014 U.S. National Theatre On Ice Champions, Act I of Boston. A former professional figure skater himself, Timothy toured with Disney on Ice where he first learned the creative and technical aspects of producing live shows. While on tour, Timothy wrote, designed and produced one of his first productions, which featured professional show skaters and acrobatic performers. Timothy worked closely with his own hand-picked creative team to conceptually design and produce the show, creating costumes, music, lighting, special effects, digital imagery and pyrotechnics, in addition to on-stage choreography. Going on to work for Walt Disney Creative Entertainment as a dancer and theatrical stage performer, Timothy quickly found himself at the center of numerous productions across the Walt Disney World Resort. Timothy performed in Disney Parks celebrations such as Disney’s Happiest Celebration on Earth, Disney’s Year of A Million Dreams Celebration, ABC’s Annual Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade and many other Walt Disney Creative Entertainment productions.

In the year 2009, Timothy began directing The Skating Club of Boston’s famed, Ice Chips Show of Champions. In the year 2012, Timothy had the privilege of producing and directing the show’s 100th Anniversary Celebration starring 2010 Olympic Champion Evan Lysacek and 2010 Olympian Mirai Nagasu, as well as a cast of over 400 figure skaters. Also in 2012, Timothy led Theatre On Ice of Boston’s senior team, Act I of Boston, to win the silver medal at the 2012 U.S. National Theatre On Ice Championships resulting in their selection to represent Team USA at the 2013 Nation’s Cup International Championships in Logroño, Spain. In 2014, Timothy produced his fourth season of The Boston Common Frog Pond Skating Spectacular and First Night Boston, The 102nd Ice Chips Show of Champions at Agganis Arena, and the 2014 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships - 100th Anniversary Opening Ceremonies Celebration at Boston’s TD Garden. Also in 2014, Timothy led Act I of Boston to win the gold medal at the 2014 U.S. National Theatre On Ice Championships qualifying them to compete in France at the 2015 Nations Cup Ballet on Ice.

Today, Timothy has produced and directed events and shows that have featured some of the top and best-known figure skaters, dancers and acrobatic performers in the world. Top names featured in his productions include 2014 U.S. Olympic Ice Dance Champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Three-Time U.S. National Champion Johnny Weir, 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Bronze Medalists Ashley Wagner, Jeremy Abbott, Marissa Castelli & Simon Shnapir, World Bronze Medalist and 2010 Olympic Pairs Champions Xue Shen and Hongbo Zhao, three-time World Synchronized Skating Champions Marigold IceUnity of Helsinki, Finland and many more. This year, Timothy had the privilege of producing Harvard University’s 47th Annual An Evening with Champions, hosted by Paul Wylie and Emily Hughes at Harvard University’s Bright Arena raising money for The Jimmy Fund’s cancer research. Residing in Los Angeles, California, Timothy continues to work and create in a variety of production environments and is currently in pre-production for new and exciting project endeavors in 2018.