LSC-Montgomery Dance Department

Join us for Dancescape, this Friday, April 29!

Our Spring semester presentation of Dancescape will be this Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. Join us as our Dance Appreciation class performs pieces they have worked on throughout the semester, many of which are student-choreographed! In lieu of an admission fee, the dance department is asking for donations of goods to benefit our campus Flood Relief efforts. These items will benefit the students, faculty, and staff who were impacted by last week's flooding. A full list of supplies needed can be found here, and there is a great need for dog food, laundry detergent, and cleaning supplies. New or gently used items will be accepted, and a drop-off area will be located in the D building theatre lobby. For more information, call 936-273-7021 or email 

Dance Program

ballet classWelcome to the LSC-Montgomery Dance Program!  Dance is a vital, dynamic, energetic, and enlivening performing art form.  This can easily describe your experience as a dance student at LSC-Montgomery.  The benefits of learning and experiencing dance extend beyond the technical development of physical skill (although this remains an important component of dance education).  Dance enriches, enhances and enlightens.  It can foster discipline and a sound work ethic.  It can instill confidence and a sense of accomplishment.  It can promote well-being and joyfulness.  It can nurture individuals’ sense of self, allowing them through a journey of self-discovery and understanding.  Students are often surprised by what they gain in a semester of dance.  You will find that the potential benefits are endless and unique to each individual.  We invite you to come discover what dance can do for you!  We welcome students of all levels; no previous dance experience required.

The mission of the Lone Star College-Montgomery dance department is to offer students the opportunity to communicate through human artistic expression across time and cultures by providing quality instruction in all major areas of dance performance and education. The department also offers dance students the opportunity to attend conferences and perform in public dance performances.

Each semester, students have the opportunity to perform in Mainstage Studio, an informal dance concert featuring faculty and student choreographed works.