Josh Turner (pronouns not set)

Josh Turner, an Atlanta native, graduated with his BFA in Acting from the Gainesville Theatre Alliance. His desire to tell stories was born at an early age through the influence of his grandfather, Ural Smith Jr. This began an early belief that great stories can change lives and transform hearts. An up and coming Theatre artist; he believes in the versatility of Theatre practitioners without sacrificing expertise and precision, and because of this works as a Director, Carpenter, Actor, Stage Manager, and Writer to serve the purpose of telling meaningful stories through honest collaboration and heart. He has acted in award winning productions such as "The New Black Fest’s Hands Up: 7 Playwrights/7 Testaments" which ran at the Tony award winning Alliance Theatre, and recently won a Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Social Justice Production. As a Director, he’s previously directed New Works such as "The Just Us League" and classic's such as “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” 

Skill Proficiency History

Date Weapon Location Grade

UTH 2021

Jul 6, 2021 Broadsword Cherokee, North Carolina Basic Pass
Jul 6, 2021 Rapier and Dagger Cherokee, North Carolina Recommended Pass
Jul 6, 2021 Unarmed Cherokee, North Carolina Recommended Pass