• Dance Unleashed 2019

    Fragmented by Golden Wright. Photo by Lynn Lane Photography. Performers: Hunter Blanchard and Krysta Quimbao represented LU at the American College Dance Association South-Central Conference in 2019 and selected for the Gala performance.

  • Luna Gale

    Photo by Lynn Lane Photography. Guest Director Carolyn Johnson. Costume Design by Cherie Acosta. Set Design by Liz Freese. Lighting Design by Brian Steele. Performers: Taylor Bell and Austin Jones.

  • Permanent Collection

    Photo by Lynn Lane Photography. Student Director Caitlin Grammer. Costume Designer Cherie Acosta. Set design by Liz Freese, Lighting design by Brian Steele. Performers: Taylor Bell and Austin Jones.

  • Fall and Recovery 2019

    Rate of Change by Travis Prokop. Photo by Lynn Lane Photography. Performers: Jenny Keim, Sarah Vickery, Nicole Lavergne and Amethyst Smith. Costumes by Cherie Acosta. Lighting design by Brian Steele. Rate of Change has been selected to represent LU at the 2020 American College Dance Association Regional Conference.


Alumni Spotlight:
Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts graduated from Lamar University in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in theatrical performance. While Mark was at Lamar, he was an active and avid participant in the theatre department. Working on stage as a performer and offstage as a technician, like most theatre students, most of his time out of class was spent working on productions. In his first couple of years, Mark worked in the shop on the scenic crew and quickly moved into the crew chief position. Wanting to expand his skills after some time, he switched over to electrics, and likewise, headed that crew. On stage Mark performed in seven productions in his time at Lamar: Black Angel; The Voice of the Prairie; Lend Me A Tenor; Seascape; The Normal Heart; Shakespeare’s Lovers; and Into the Woods. In the fall of 1990 when Mark arrived at Lamar, the chapter of Alpha Psi Omega was defunct, but thanks to the leadership of Dr. Adonia Placette, with whom Mark studied under at Lamar, the chapter was reinstated as active, and Roberts went on to lead the chapter as its first president. Read more


 

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Your Future

Friendly and supportive, the Department of Theatre & Dance at LU is dynamic, engaging and constantly evolving. We strive to continuously inspire our students and our faculty through a diverse set of curricula, activities, shows and productions.

A bachelor's degree in theatre & dance from Lamar University will provide you with a solid foundation for your career in the industry of your choice. 

Career Opportunities

Actor • Arts Administrator • Make-Up of Special Effects Artist
Costume Designer • Media Producer • Sound Technician
Dance Instructor • Theatre Director • Choreographer
Playwright • Dance
2018 fall dance concert