Timothy Vallier is an Omaha-native composer, performer, and technical artist. His most recent works include composing original music for the stage plays Sleepy Hollow, Native Gardens, A Raisin in the Sun, Sweat, Of Mice and Men, and Ripcord. As a performer, he appeared as Beast in Beauty and the Beast at OCP (Mary Peckham Award), Mark Cohen in RENT with SNAP! Productions, and Raoul in Eating Raoul at Shelterbelt Theatre (TAG Award). Offstage, Tim served as the technical artist for Rock Twist (2017–19) and Yesterday and Today (2017-19). Other credits include music director for Gutenberg: The Musical with The Candy Project and as a technical artist for Metallica World Tour. Tim has a Ph.D. in music composition from Stony Brook University and works remotely as a software engineering manager. Tim considers himself a morning person, often waking up at 5 am to work on creative pursuits for a few hours. Tim enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, reading, and playing video games with his two sons.