Tim Noble

Adjunct Professor

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TIMOTHY N. NOBLE joined our department in the fall of 2003, but he’s a veteran of the theatre arts. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in acting at Oklahoma State University in 1988, Tim went on to complete his Master of Fine Arts in acting at the University of Arizona.

Included in his professional credits are two years with Pittsburg Repertory summer series, three years as a resident actor at the Pollard Theatre Company and four years as a resident company member with Arizona Repertory Theatre. While pursuing his career, Tim assisted or directed more than a dozen productions and has performed in over 80. Along with directing production at JCCC, Tim’s interest and specialties include acting, period style and musical theatre but mostly working one on one with actors. From playing his favorite roles as Cole Porter in an original musical and the chairman in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, to directing Down the Road, and Life Underwater at JCCC, Tim is happy to return to the college experience.