On January 30, 2016, our beloved colleague Timothy Lynch, actor, singer, and labor leader, died suddenly. We are tremendously affected by the loss of our great friend. His sincerity, his artistry and versatility as an actor, his beautiful singing voice, his delightful humor, his enthusiasm for the Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company and what it stands for inspired us, enlivened us, made us better, and he will be part of us forever. We passionately want and intend to be true to what he stood for and hoped for so much—that Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel, be known truly so it can be studied and loved by people worldwide.
In “Timothy Lynch Represents America,” issue 1924 of The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known, you can read about the meaning of his important life.
And we are very grateful and proud that you can see him in this video created by Robert Murphy: Timothy Lynch—Speaking, Acting, Singing, with the Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company.
For the Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company