Killer Couples: Teeter Brown Supporting/Deborah’s Attorney Oxygen
ATL Homicide: Dennis McGuire Supporting/CSI TVOne
Killer Couples: Childers Dean Supporting/Neighbor Oxygen
Killer Couples: Edwards Markham Supporting/CSI CNN, HLN
ID Murder Mystery: Horman Supporting/School Secretary Investigation Discovery
ATL Homicide: Mr. X Supporting/CSI TVOne
The Resident Extra/Girl At Bar 20th Century Fox
The Resident Extra 20th Century Fox
The Eyes of Tammy Faye Extra Fox Searchlight Pictures
A Heart’s Calling Supporting Subject To Change Films
Software Conspiracy Lead East Tennessee State University
CLUE Game: Boys and Girls Club Lead Phantom Media
The Show Must Go On Lead Underfoot Films
Carrying On Lead 353 Studios
Ghosts of Cumberland Gap Supporting Underfoot Films
Clean Slate Supporting Milligan College
Sideline Supporting Big Small Town Studios
Erwin Horror Story: Diary of Addie Sparks Supporting Big Small Town Studios
Erwin Horror Story: The Visitor Supporting Big Small Town Studios
StrongACC – Ballad Health Mancuso Entertainment
Second Hand Boots UWoWC Mancuso Entertainment
Dollywood The Spining Group
Downtown Knoxville Loch & Key Productions
United Way of Washington County Mancuso Entertainment
Bushido Mixed Martial Arts Bushido Academy
Raging Fits:Stand Tall Supporting 30 Daze Productions
Lane Bryant Runway Knoxville Fashion Week
Red Cadence Clothing Runway Knoxville Fashion Week
Kelle Jolly Runway Knoxville Fashion Week
Air Crisp Promotion Spokesperson Finesse Modeling Agency
Standardized Patient/Professional Actor Quillen College of Medicine
Crimes of the Heart Lead Kingsport Theatre Guild
The Great Gatsby Supporting Kingsport Theatre Guild
Princess Whatsername Supporting Kingsport Theatre Guild
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Kingsport Theatre Guild
Showcasing 9 years of experience in non-profits, 24 years of experience in theatre and 22 years of experience in leadership, Tina Radke is no stranger to taking the stage in many different roles. As the Executive Director of Kingsport Theatre Guild, Tina annually oversees approximately 400 volunteers, as well as the artistic and administrative side of productions, and the day-to-day operations of an ever-growing business and community icon.
Tina became an integral part of the Kingsport Theatre Guild in the Fall 2007, as a part time director for six years, before stepping into her role as Executive Director. Ever seeking ways to shine in different aspects, she additionally served as Children's Ministry Director at her church, which included being management to a volunteer staff of 45 and a writing curriculum, and also as the Arts Education Director for KingsportARTS; where she started the all-important arts inclusions of ART WE Talented, a Pre-K program that implemented the arts in the lives of children, and KEYPAD, which gave arts the access to teens. All of these wonderful accomplishments were in addition to also running the normal arts education program.
Tina received her B.S. in Theatre and Photography before acquiring her M. Ed. from Milligan College.
Tina, and her partner of 10 years, Brian Reeves, have two daughters, Tiffany (19) and Ashley (17). Brian is an ironworker and works inside Eastman for Jacob's. Tiffany is a freshman at Milligan College, runs track and is pursuing a career in nursing. Ashley is a senior at Sullivan South where she runs track and is a member of the colorguard. In her spare time, Tina enjoys reading, cooking and is currently learning to play golf.
Being a professional actress now, Tina has signed with Talent Trek, where she continues to showcase her talents and passions. Stepping up to the mic, she has also done many public speaking engagements as a guest speaker at various colleges. Tina has also served on several grant panels for the TN Arts Commission. She is also a standardized patient at ETSU with the Quillen College of Medicine and serves on the board of directors for the Northeast Tennessee Entertainment Alliance.
Tina can be seen from the audience to the stage to behind the scenes and beyond; but her presence is always known and her roles are always ovation worthy