The LSC-Tomball Drama Department offers a wide variety of theater classes that gives both majors and interested students the opportunity to engage in real world application through theatrical productions. Hands-on training is available to students with numerous opportunities to learn and participate in acting, scenic design, light and sound design, make-up design, and costume design. The department also has multiple stage productions throughout the year for a multitude of audiences including comedies, dramas, and summer camps for children.
Students may earn an Associate of Arts degree while completing the drama curriculum. Drama majors may choose from three degree tracks: Performance, Design, or General (click on the Course Description tab on your right to access these in greater detail).
Rigorous study combined with actual hands-on experience prepares our theater students to continue their formal theater education at a four-year university or to begin a professional career. There are limitless possibilities as far as what kind of career paths a person could follow: Performance, Design, Theater Management, Technical Theater, Dramaturgy, Parks and Recreation, Radio, Television, & Film, Counseling, Law, Arts Management, Primary, Secondary, & Higher Education, Public Services, and Social Services are only a few diverse areas of employment.
Area high school students interested in Theater may apply to be a camp counselor for our annual children's summer camp. Earn college credit while learning the ins and outs of working in our beautiful Performing Arts Center. Please contact Drama Faculty Jill Brumer for more information, or register for DRAM 1120 starting April 1st, 2021.