Alan Brincks

Assistant Professor of Theatre
Office: Theatre Arts 215
Phone: 409-880-8154


  • M.F.A., University of Houston
  • B.F.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University

Alan Brincks teaches acting and directing in the LU Department of Theatre & Dance. He has a M.F.A. in Acting from the University of Houston, as well as a B.F.A. in Theatre and a B.A. in English Literature from Nebraska Wesleyan University. Before moving to Houston, Brincks worked across the country in New York City, Philadelphia, Nebraska, Ohio, Virginia, Arkansas, and Massachusetts. Alan has also studied at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London, England, and is an Intermediate Actor Combatant in the Society of American Fight Directors.

Most recently, Alan appeared onstage as Col. Mustard in CLUE at the Alley Theatre, where he understudied all ten male characters in the play. Brincks has also appeared in the Houston area as Ossifer/Mister in the Houston Premiere of Pass Over at Rec Room Arts; Elyot in Private Lives, Mr. Darcy in Christmas at Pemberley and The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberly at MainStreet Theatre; Spenser in The Fair Maid of The West with Classical Theatre Company; and Lombard in And Then There Were None at Unity Theatre, among others. Brincks also lends his voice to anime dub casting. Some productions he has been involved in include: Mr. Tonegawa, Real Girl, Haikyuu!!, Princess Principal, and Food Wars.

Brincks has worked as Fight Director at Lamar University, Rec Room Arts, Landing Theatre, Unity Theatre, Prohibition Theatre, Rice University, HSPVA, Incarnate Word Academy. At Lamar University, Brincks has directed Twelfth Night or What You Will; Split; and The Clean House.