Since 1973 Mr. Tarleton – known as Mr. Kevin – has Acted, directed, written and even technical directed hundreds of productions ranging from the classics to modern, contemporary, and original works in both the dramatic and musical venues; from professional to community theatre, film and television. Mr. Tarleton also founded a conservatory of the performing arts: Christ Arts Institute, Inc. (a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) corporation); Which now operates as Kearsarge Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Warner, New Hampshire. Over the last 10 years he produced a children’s theatre, Saltbox Players, out of the conservatory which performed both original and traditional scripts with original music. When not performing or directing, Mr. Tarleton was at times working in stagecraft and design, building sets for some of the first “Barney” videos starring Sandy Duncan; building production sets for Cornerstone Insurance’s annual gala at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas; or stage managing The Promise, a live passion play in Glenrose, TX. seating 3500 audience members in a outdoor amphitheater designed by Peter Wolfe and Associates. A renaissance man in many ways, Mr Tarleton is also a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild.