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LSC-Montgomery Theatre Department

Lone Star College-Montgomery Theatre Department

The Lone Star College-Montgomery Theatre 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. 

Spring 2021 Student Questions

Do you have questions? Meet your first point of contact, Kerri Steen! As the Staff Assistant for the TEAM divison, you may remember seeing her smiling face in our Building A suite and now you can hear her friendly voice when you call to have your questions answered! Ms. Steen can be reached via phone Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:15 - 11 a.m. at (936) - 271 - 6246.

You can also contact her via email at Kerri.G.Steen@lonestar.edu

Spring 2021 Theatre Productions

2020: A Satire...Part II

2020: A Satire...Part II will be a continuation of our Fall 2020 podcast. 
Hosts, Andie Roberts and Karina Kamyshin delve into topis important to our students such as politics, art, culture, world happenings, etc. 

Updates about new episode releases will be posted to our social media accounts. 
Follow us on Instagram: @lscmarts 
Facebook: Lone Star College-Montgomery Visual & Performing Arts 
Check out our YouTube Channel for new and existing episodes! 

I Love College

I Love College was so popular in Fall 2020, that we are continuing it on this Spring! 

Host, Nidal Wadi dives into the college experience and what it means to be a college student in 2021.

Updates about new episode releases will be posted to our social media accounts. 
Follow us on Instagram: @lscmarts 
Facebook: Lone Star College-Montgomery Visual & Performing Arts 
Check out our YouTube Channel for new and existing episodes!

Drag Queen and King Show 

Has your 2020 been a drag? The LSC-M Theatre Department and the Contiuum Club are joining forces to start the new year off with a high kick! Join our students (and maybe even some special faculty & staff appearances!) via our YouTube Live Stream for a comedy, dancing, and of course lip-synching extravaganza!

This production will be live streamed through our YouTube channel on January 28 at 7p.m.

24 Hour Plays 

Time is ticking! Our students have 24 hours to create an original work from conception to fruition. Can they do it? Find out by tuning in on February 12 at 7p.m.

Click here to watch the performance live streamed through our YouTube Channel. 

Q&A with Voice-Over Actor Meli Grant

Meli Grant was born and raised in New York City, and is now a Dallas/Fort Worth based voice over actor. She has worked on anime titles in both New York and Dallas, for studios like Funimation, OkraTron 5000, Sound Cadence, and Media Blasters. She can be heard in Dragon Ball SuperGoblin Slayer, World War Blue and Fairy Tail, among many other TV shows, films, and video games such as Borderlands 3www.meligrant.com

This event will be held via WebEx on Thursday, February 18 at 11aClick here to join the WebEx! 

Q&A with Film and TV Actor Nicole Rodenburg

Nicole Rodenburg is a New York City-based actor and director. Off-Broadway: Annie Baker’s The Antipodes (Signature Theatre, world premiere) and The Flick (Barrow Street). Regional: As You Like It and Venus in Fur (The Alley Theatre), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Westport Country Playhouse); The world premieres of The Whale (Denver Center), Slasher (Humana Festival), and The End (Guthrie Theatre); Cherie in Bus Stop (Huntington, dir. Nicholas Martin); You Can’t Take It With You (Geva); and three seasons with The Great River Shakespeare Festival. TV/FILM: “Inside Amy Schumer” (Comedy Central), “Amish Witches” (Lifetime), What Children Do. BFA: University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theatre. www.nicolerodenburg.com

This event will be held via WebEx on Wednesday, March 10 at 1pClick here to join the WebEx!

An Evening of 10-Minute Plays

Don't want to commit to a 2 hour performance? Don't have a lot of time? No worries! Tune in on March 25th at 7p and catch a 10 minute play. You can stay for just one, but we know you'll get hooked and watch them all! 

Click here to watch the performance live streamed through our YouTube Channel. 

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Scholarship OpportunitiesMore Fall 2020 Events To Be Announced. Stay Tuned! 

Lone Star College–Montgomery Theatre offers a variety of scholarships for students in theatre. If you are aspiring to be an actor or want to work behind the scenes, then check out the following guidelines for your scholarship opportunity.

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