actor, director, producer, conductor, composer, musician, performer, designer, playwright, performance coach, adjudicator, clinician, creative consultant, activist & writer
Maestro Timothy D. Turner has been performing professionally for more than 30 years in professional & commercial productions, on stage and screen, with such personalities as Rita Moreno, Shirley Jones, Jodi Benson, Marvin Hamlisch & Marilyn Horne and groups like “Canadian Brass” & the UK’s “The King’s Singers”. For more than 25 years, he has directed, conducted, coached, performed and/or produced arts education, theatre, choral groups, orchestras, cabarets, stage shows, concerts and film throughout the United States and Europe. READ MORE
Inside this website...
The Artist includes highlights about the Maestro's career, recommendations and well known collaborators.
Our coaching section includes information on classes and workshops, homeschool curriculum, performance coaching,
management and leadership development training and a section on the importance of arts education.
Our engagements section includes audition information, current and past seasons, as well as information about the Maestro's seasonal events, festivals and theatre families. NOTE: This section allows viewers to contribute information.
Our in focus section includes causes important to our society and culture in create change, friends and students of the maestro in the spotlight, then resources, information and organizations in industry links. NOTE: This section allows viewers to contribute information.
Our media section contains both archival and present information in the form of press coverage, social media, multimedia available online and a working media kit. NOTE: This section is currently being updated.
Public Art Review Undergoes Leadership Changes Click HERE to Read
"Lights Up! The Improvised Rock Opera" in Previews. Click HERE to Read
Art in Odd Places 2015: TONE Orlando won a Golden Brick Award for art today. Click HERE to Read
The Maestro will be performing at SAK Comedy Lab in March Click HERE to READ
Art in Odd Places Nominated for Golden Brick Click HERE to READ
Natalie Dolinger: Trollops, Tyrants and Tarts (Oh My), a cabaret Click HERE to READ
Save the Dates for Kids Fringe 2016 Click HERE to READ
Perspective: Theatre vs. Film Click HERE to READ
Breaking the Fourth Wall Click HERE to READ
Ghostlight Theatre Series Click HERE to READ
Mentor Artist Kyle Vest Click HERE to READ
St Cloud Arts Expands Awesome Improv Educational Programming Click HERE to READ
Orlando Fringe 25th Anniversary Branding Click HERE to READ
Future Florida State Theatre Festival Dates Announced. Click HERE to READ
St Cloud Arts presents "A Winter's Gift" this December Click HERE to READ
Art in Odd Places Orlando 2015 Click HERE to READ
A little focus on the Maestro...
HPD has been in business since 1998 and we pride ourselves in providing quality education, thrilling entertainment, community outreach programs, powerful productions, eye catching marketing, and intriguing design.
If you’ve been to Kids Fringe at the Orlando Fringe Festival, you know it’s something special. Kid-friendly performances by Fringe artists and local arts organizations, workshops and hands-on art experiences give kids an interactive way to engage with the arts.
St Cloud Arts serves the diverse community of St Cloud, Florida by providing educational and culturally-enriching experiences through the transforming power of the arts. Through a vision of a community enriched by experiences in the arts, we conceived a new St Cloud infused with a diverse array of possibilities, lead by professionals, to create an umbrella resource organization rooted in community creating access to and education in the arts.
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) presents visual and performance art in unexpected public spaces.
AiOP aims to stretch the boundaries of communication in the public realm by presenting artworks in all disciplines outside the confines of traditional public space regulations. AiOP reminds us that public spaces function as the epicenter for diverse social interactions and the unfettered exchange of ideas. AiOP has always been a grassroots project fueled by the goodwill and inventiveness of its participants.
HPD Arts seeks to strengthen communities, foster creativity and celebrate life through art.
HPD Arts supports, promotes and connects visual, performing and literary artists, arts organizations and businesses to strengthen communities through education, mentoring, community events, productions and regional festivals. Current projects of HPD include the following: Arts to Honor God Theatre Conservatory Program, Hashi Photography, St Cloud Arts, TEAM Co-op Theatre Program and many community collaborations.