LSC-Montgomery Drama Department

Lone Star College-Montgomery Drama Department

The Lone Star College-Montgomery Drama department provides a professional training experience for all students within the disciplines of acting, design and technology, and theatrical studies.

We stress that theatre is a collaborative art form with equal importance given to all roles - on stage and off. Students are encouraged to participate fully in all aspects of theatre production.

Now Playing! 

Run Like The Dickens Takes The Stage

Media darling Oliver Twist has gone from a lowly orphan to an anxiety-ridden corporate spokesperson, pitching everything from juicers to cereal and tofu by reenacting his days in the workhouse and subsequent adventures. But Oliver's monopoly on the inspirational rags-to-riches story is threatened when Tiny Tim throws aside his crutches and decides to run the marathon. Tiny Tim has the chance to inspire millions, but with a homicidal trio of fairytale princesses, scheming Corporate Mommy and Daddy, and meddling friends a family, Tiny Tim may not make it to the starting line. (G, OK for all audiences)

Run Like The Dickens will run November 19 to 21 at 7 P.M., November 21 at 3 P.M.

Tickets are $10 General Admission, $7 Seniors, and $5 Student/Faculty/Staff and are available online and at the box office the evening of the show. 


KCACTF Success

February 24 to March 1 - Faculty members Tim Campbell, Rob Kreps, and Chase Waites travelled with 11 drama and LET students to San Angelo for the Region 6 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. This festival is comprised of 800 students and faculty from region 6 which includes Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. The festival offers professional and educational development workshops for faculty and students, invited productions and scenes from the region, technical theatre exhibits, scholarship competitions and transfer opportunities.

LSC-Montgomery Drama participated in the evening of invited scenes, the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship completion, Design/Technology/Management exhibition and festival Honor Crew. Highlights of the festival include an award for Sam Daigle for Best Partner in the preliminary round of the Irene Ryans. Sam was the one student chosen from 170 for this honor. Irene Ryan nominee Sarah Saflin advanced to the semi-final round of the Irene Ryans. She was part of a group of 32 that advanced to this round from the preliminary round. And Saxon Rhoad was one of the two students chosen as Outstanding Honor Crew. We are so proud of all of our students’ participation and success.

Rob Kreps serves on the Region 6 committee as Vice Chair of Design/Technology/Management. Chase Waites serves as the Region 6 Vice-Chair.

Thank you for the continued support of these programs which provide invaluable learning, scholarship, and transfer opportunities for our students.

Experience the Magic on Stage!

Want to know how to experience the Magic on Stage? Capture the magic with season tickets to the 2015-2016 theatre season! We have something for everyone: drama for the teens, a classic for the adults, and a modern love story! Season ticket packages come with:

  • 3 Mainstage Shows
  • 2 Black Box performances
  • Priority seating
  • Name recognition in programs
  • All proceeds will benefit scholarships!

Order your season tickets by calling 936.273.7021 or email for more information.

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