1 on 1: Jesse Gephart Interviews Timothy Locklear

Hear what Timothy Locklear has to say to Jesse Gephart about life, career, and what’s next at North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre.

Timothy E. Locklear has been the Managing Artistic Director of North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (NRACT) since 2014. As NRACT’s Managing Artistic Director, he has directed THE TALE OF THE ALLERGISTS’ WIFE, DOGFIGHT, SPRING AWAKENING, NEXT TO NORMAL, and the world premiere of GAY CARD. He also directed the acclaimed Raleigh Little Theatre production of MOTHERS AND SONS. Originally from McColl, South Carolina, Tim currently resides in Wake Forest. For more information visit http://www.nract.org/.

Jesse Gephart has been performing in the Raleigh-Durham area since 1998 and has been seen in over 35 productions. He has been fortunate enough to have been cast in many different types of roles, from working in the ensembles of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUES IN TEXAS AND ROBBER BRIDEGROOM; supporting parts inDISTRACTED, AVENUE Q, AND AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY; to leading roles in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, SLEUTH, and SIGNIFICANT OTHER. Since 2007, he’s directed over 20 productions, including the recent production of GODSPELL at Theatre in the Park, the Theatre Raleigh production of I AM MY OWN WIFE, and the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre production of BE MORE CHILL.

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