Department of Theatre and Dance presents Fall and Recovery 2022 Faculty Dance Concert

The Department of Theatre and Dance will present their “Fall & Recovery” dance concert on Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 19 with two show times at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. All performances will be held in the University Theatre located on the campus of Lamar University.  fall--recovery_600x400

Fall & Recovery is the biannual faculty dance concert that presents the latest creative research projects from our dance faculty, guest artists and guest performers. This year the audience can expect an aerial and contemporary modern work by associate professor Travis Prokop, a jazz and tap work by Lou Arrington and a modern work by Amy Elizabeth Smith, assistant professor of dance.

“We are thrilled to present ‘A Litany of Survival’ by Harrison Guy of Urban Souls Dance Company based in Houston. Mr. Guy spent two days in residency offering classes and building this work on the LUTD dance students.,” Smith said. “We will also be sharing the stage with the Collin College Dance Ensemble under the direction of Tiffanee Arnold. The Collin College Dance Ensemble will be presenting three works throughout the concert.”

Other performances from “Fall & Recovery” include: "Cockroach," the newest work by Prokop, and "Head Down Knees Apart," choreographed by Smith.

“Fall & Recovery” tickets are on sale now. Ticket prices range from $7-$15 and are available at For more information about the Department of Theatre and Dance, please visit