LSC-CyFair Arts

LSC-CyFair Arts The Center for the Arts at Lone Star College-CyFair offers students
creative learning opportunities and is an artistic hub for the surrounding community.

The theatre season includes diverse productions of classic, family fare, Broadway and experimental theatre. Choral and music performances range from concert choir to opera; and symphony and string ensembles to jazz concerts. Student, faculty, staff and community exhibits displayed in the gallery are in a variety of mediums such as ceramics, acrylic, oil, watercolor, metal and photography.

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Opening this Thursday! Come see  A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2! Tickets are free and seating is open. All performances start at...
11/08/2021

Opening this Thursday! Come see A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2! Tickets are free and seating is open. All performances start at 7:30pm.

Opening this Thursday! Come see A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2! Tickets are free and seating is open. All performances start at 7:30pm.

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10/22/2021

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10/13/2021

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10/13/2021

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09/30/2021

We feel there may have been some confusion with our earlier hiring post. The position title read as a Director rather than Lighting and Sound Technician. This is a full-time, salaried position for a Director of Lighting and Sound. Thank you!
DIRECTIONS:
1. Select the link to access our careers site.
2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

https://hcm.lonestar.edu/psc/hcmprd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=34951&PostingSeq=1&fbclid=IwAR3LINQbzIPi3OQKyzyfq_tKayRSDBO2GFVJ7DK34Rha6apT0V2a04Q9Dms

Please read the reschedule information. Auditions are this evening, 9/8. Again, any questions please contact Fine Arts C...
09/08/2021

Please read the reschedule information. Auditions are this evening, 9/8. Again, any questions please contact Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected] Hope to see you there!

Please read the reschedule information. Auditions are this evening, 9/8. Again, any questions please contact Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected] Hope to see you there!

Audition Announcement! If you need more information, please email Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, joshua.estrada@...
09/02/2021

Audition Announcement! If you need more information, please email Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected]

Audition Announcement! If you need more information, please email Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected]

08/02/2021
Lone Star Jobs

We are hiring! Looking for a Sound and Lighting Technician to join our team. Follow the link below and directions to apply. This is a full-time, salaried position.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Select the link to access our careers site.
2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

https://hcm.lonestar.edu/hcmjob.html?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=34951&PostingSeq=1

If this past year has taught  us all anything, it is that the only thing constant in life in change -- and that is what ...
06/08/2021

If this past year has taught us all anything, it is that the only thing constant in life in change -- and that is what we are LSC Drama want to share with you all this year. We want to highlight all of the changes that can take place between people, and the relationships they have -- be it husbands and wives, parents and children, friends and enemies -- all will be highlighted and focused in our new season.

We begin with Ibsen's classic drama, "A Doll's House"
This immortal work deals with the fate of a married woman, who lacks reasonable opportunities for self-fulfillment in a male-dominated world.

We continue that iconic story with "A Doll's House, Part 2" by Lucas Hnath
Nora has returned,. After leaving her husband, children, and the nursemaid, Nora became a successful feminist novelist. The reason for her return is to finalize a divorce from Torvald; she needs him to sign the legal papers.

We venture into the spring, with a classic romantic comedy -- Noel Coward's "Private Lives"
This hilarious comedy of manners concerns a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Despite a perpetually stormy relationship, they realize that they still have feelings for each other.

And we culminate our season with a delightful romp in "Big Love" by Charles Mee
Based on Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty brides flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. The play takes the plot of the original Greek play into modern times, raising issues of gender politics, love, and domestic violence.

We hope to share these delightful works with you, see you in the fall!!

If this past year has taught us all anything, it is that the only thing constant in life in change -- and that is what we are LSC Drama want to share with you all this year. We want to highlight all of the changes that can take place between people, and the relationships they have -- be it husbands and wives, parents and children, friends and enemies -- all will be highlighted and focused in our new season.

We begin with Ibsen's classic drama, "A Doll's House"
This immortal work deals with the fate of a married woman, who lacks reasonable opportunities for self-fulfillment in a male-dominated world.

We continue that iconic story with "A Doll's House, Part 2" by Lucas Hnath
Nora has returned,. After leaving her husband, children, and the nursemaid, Nora became a successful feminist novelist. The reason for her return is to finalize a divorce from Torvald; she needs him to sign the legal papers.

We venture into the spring, with a classic romantic comedy -- Noel Coward's "Private Lives"
This hilarious comedy of manners concerns a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Despite a perpetually stormy relationship, they realize that they still have feelings for each other.

And we culminate our season with a delightful romp in "Big Love" by Charles Mee
Based on Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty brides flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. The play takes the plot of the original Greek play into modern times, raising issues of gender politics, love, and domestic violence.

We hope to share these delightful works with you, see you in the fall!!

Concluding our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Robin Hood!All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office. -- For h...
05/19/2021

Concluding our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Robin Hood!

All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office.

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For his work backstage as our Crew, a Director's Award goes to Alice Dreamer
For his roles as the hilarious Soldier, Marian's Dad, and our very own King Richard, a Director's Award goes to Mr. Bain Beason
For her roles as the lovely Maid Marian, the rambunctious Much, and the overly zealous Much's Dad, a Director's Award goes to Ms. Lindsey Steel
For their roles as our intermezzi Musicians and even a herd of Deer, two Director's Award go to Ms. Sabrina Levenson and Ms. Ashlynn Smith

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For Robin Hood, the first Outstanding Performance recipient is a young man who has been no stranger to our stage. His continued growth and development has shown him to be not only a joy to work with, but a real leader among an ensemble. His turn as the Sheriff was hilarious, and his cameo as the Parson took us all to church. He also worked as our Fight Captain, and I could not have asked for a better fighter.

For his roles as Sheriff/Parson, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Mr. Jason Wright.

Our last recipient is another very talented young man who was originally slated in one role, then shifted into four! Each character was unique, hysterical, and at one point stopped the show as all 4 characters were on stage at the same time. Every day was a joy to work with, and this gentleman has a very bright future ahead of him.

For his roles as Prince John/Little John/Friar Tuck/Will Scarlett, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Mr. Amado Velasco.

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This concludes our Drama Awards for this year. Stay tuned for our season announcement! Have a great summer!!

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- The Revolutionists!All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office. ...
05/17/2021

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- The Revolutionists!

All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office.

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For her role as Marianne Angelle, a Director's Award goes to Ms. Keighlyn Shaw

Keighlyn had never been in a play before and had many personal obstacles to overcome during the rehearsal process. She worked diligently and with great dedication to the show to learn lines, learn to sing, learn to project, understand blocking, and perform under great pressure. She never gave up and fought through it all to perform her part confidently. This kind of perseverance is her greatest strength.

For her role as Charlotte Corday, a Director's Award goes to Ms. Mia Vela

Mia was charming onstage and off. She kept the cast cheerful and caffeinated. Her performance was charming and captivating. It was a pleasure to Direct her.

For their role as the Fraternité, a Director's Award goes to Ms. April Hernandez, Ms. Victoria Rodriguez, and Ms. Alexandra Marie Clemente

These women, while continuing to understudy the leads, also worked on their own performance of Fraternité. They practiced to make sure they were together on the shared lines while also working with each of the ladies they understudied to help them learn their lines. The exemplified the meaning of Ensemble.

For his work as the Stage Manager, a Director's Award goes to Mr. Keith Schuerman

In his first opportunity to Stage Manage, Keith was capable and competent. He did a great job of communicating with the cast and keeping the lines of communication going. He learned how to call a show and work with designers to coordinate the Technical aspects of the play. He learned well what it meant to be on the production side of the experience and it will serve him well going forward when he studies RTF production.

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For The Revolutionists, the first Outstanding Performance recipient is a woman who was engaging, comical, and touching with her performance while supporting her cast in their character development. Each day she improved upon the previous performance with passion and nuanced moments that were captivating and "hilarious."

For her role as Marie Antoinette, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Ms. Antonia Laverde.

Our next recipient is another very talented young woman who was a strong powerful force in rehearsals and performance in a petite and feminine facade. She made the character her own arriving each day with ideas about how to approach moments. She improved each day and she was strong enough to continue to improve.

For her role as Olympe de Gouges, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Ms. Carolina Heilander.

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Stay tuned tomorrow for awards for Robin Hood!

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Church & State!All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office. -- F...
05/13/2021

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Church & State!

All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office.

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First, we continue recognizing our Honors College students. As stated before, despite having little theatrical experience, these individuals stepped up in their production roles, be is design, dramaturgy, acting, or Stage Management.

For their work on Church & State, we want to give special recognition to our Honors Theatre Students:

Manuella Kayemba, Assistant Director
Christian De Los Santos, Sen. Charles Whitmore (u/s)
Victoria Marcano, Sara Whitmore (u/s)
Yassmeene Dahami, Dramaturg
Jaslin Lagos, Costume Designer
Elizabeth Rodriguez, Costume Designer

Now, for Director's Awards:

For her role as Dramaturg, a Director's Award goes to Yassmeene Dahami
For her work as Costume Designer, a Director's Award goes to Jaslin Lagos
For her work as Costume Designer, a Director's Award goes to Elizabeth Rodriguez
For his role as the Guard, a Director's Award goes to Erik Gutierrez
For his role as Sen. Charles Whitmore, a Director's Award goes to Charles Rodenberger

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For Church & State, the first Outstanding Performance recipient is a woman who stepped so marvelously into a role she was originally meant to understudy. She was hilarious and smart, showing a wit that was delightful to watch.

For her role as Alex, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Ms. Carolina Heilander.

Our next recipient is another very talented young woman who has proven time and again what an asset she is to this department. She worked diligantly to create a three-dimensional, well rounded, and brilliantly acted character.

For her role as Sara Whitmore, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Ms. Savannah James.

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Stay tuned tomorrow for awards for The Revolutionists!

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- LincolnesqueFirst, we will announce our Directors Awards. These are up to...
05/12/2021

Continuing our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Lincolnesque

First, we will announce our Directors Awards. These are up to 5 certificates given to various individuals who excelled in their efforts and contributions to the overall production, showing growth in artistic quality and going above and beyond call of duty.
Then, we will present the Outstanding Performance Awards – these are given to (2) actors who, for each production, demonstrated not only an aptitude for performance, but growth, development, and commitment to their process and craft. These are not simply reserved for leading roles, but any individual who embodied their roles with sincerity and vulnerability, the very heart of what it means to be an actor.

All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office.

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First, I want to recognize a group of individuals who were introduced to our department only this year thru the Honors College. Most had very little, if any, theatrical experience, and were given positions of real authority, including Designs, Dramaturgy, and Stage Management. They were graded on their performances, and to say they all went above and beyond call of duty would be a gross understatement.

For their work on Lincolnesque, I want to give special recognition to our Honors Theatre Students:

Ileana Montejano, Assistant Director
Alan Sanchez, Costume Designer
Alisha Akins, Costume Designer
Alisandre Torres, Dramaturg
Sabrina Levenson, Carla (u/s)

Now, for Director's Awards:

For her role as our Assistant Stage Manager, a Director’s Award goes to Ms. Perla Garcia.
For his role as Harold Daly, a Director’s Award goes to Mr. Rhyas Muse
For her role as Carla, a Director’s Award goes to Ms. Brooke Dorsett.
For his role as Leo, a Director’s Award goes to Mr. Amado Velasco.

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For Lincolnesque, the first Outstanding Performance recipient is a gentleman who truly showed what perseverance looks like. He was hilarious and poignant, and found real depth in his craft. Not a single rehearsal would pass without a new idea, suggestion, or comment that would not aid in his development of this tragic character.

For his role as Francis, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Mr. Anthony Wright.

Our next recipient is another very talented young woman who rose to the challenge of stepping up from an Understudy. She took an incredibly nuanced and complicated role, and gave us all a performance that was incredibly polished, smart, and tragic, with a handle of an highly skilled actor. She took a huge risk with this part, and I would like now to reward her for her efforts.

For her role as the Secretary of War/Doctor, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Ms. Sara Belén Worsham.

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Stay tuned tomorrow for awards for Church & State!

Greetings everyone! This would have been the week we prepped for our Awards Ceremony, were we take some time to reflect ...
05/11/2021

Greetings everyone! This would have been the week we prepped for our Awards Ceremony, were we take some time to reflect and celebrate the achievements of our season, as well as look forward to our next one. While we are still prepping to officially announce our productions for 2021-22, we want to take some time and thank those who helped LSC-CyFair Drama get thru this incredibly difficult time. When it felt like no one could go anywhere or do anything, we strove to continue to present our shows thru different mediums, giving our actors a chance to shine, hone their craft, and continue their education while keeping everyone safe. This week, will celebrate your achievements, as well as present our awards for each production!

We begin by celebrating our Stage Managers!! Arguably the most important, and often unsung heroes of our productions. These folks are the real superheroes that deal with actors and their endless shenanigans, but also the directors and their eccentric demands. They are ones who write down all the notes, all the reports, and carry all the heaviest loads during tech and performances. There is no way we could possible celebrate one Outstanding Stage Manager this season, nor would we want to. We offer no classes in Stage Management, and only offer experience and encouragement for those brave souls who pick up this mantle.

It is with great joy, that we celebrate and honor all 4 of our Stage Managers this year:

Alexandre Evans, Lincolnesque
Dorien Rodriguez, Church & State
Keith Schuerman, The Revolutionists
Sara Belén Worsham, Robin Hood

Congrats once again to our Stage Managers!!

Greetings everyone! This would have been the week we prepped for our Awards Ceremony, were we take some time to reflect and celebrate the achievements of our season, as well as look forward to our next one. While we are still prepping to officially announce our productions for 2021-22, we want to take some time and thank those who helped LSC-CyFair Drama get thru this incredibly difficult time. When it felt like no one could go anywhere or do anything, we strove to continue to present our shows thru different mediums, giving our actors a chance to shine, hone their craft, and continue their education while keeping everyone safe. This week, will celebrate your achievements, as well as present our awards for each production!

We begin by celebrating our Stage Managers!! Arguably the most important, and often unsung heroes of our productions. These folks are the real superheroes that deal with actors and their endless shenanigans, but also the directors and their eccentric demands. They are ones who write down all the notes, all the reports, and carry all the heaviest loads during tech and performances. There is no way we could possible celebrate one Outstanding Stage Manager this season, nor would we want to. We offer no classes in Stage Management, and only offer experience and encouragement for those brave souls who pick up this mantle.

It is with great joy, that we celebrate and honor all 4 of our Stage Managers this year:

Alexandre Evans, Lincolnesque
Dorien Rodriguez, Church & State
Keith Schuerman, The Revolutionists
Sara Belén Worsham, Robin Hood

Congrats once again to our Stage Managers!!

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Opening this Thursday! Come see A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2! Tickets are free and seating is open. All performances start at 7:30pm.
We feel there may have been some confusion with our earlier hiring post. The position title read as a Director rather than Lighting and Sound Technician. This is a full-time, salaried position for a Director of Lighting and Sound. Thank you! DIRECTIONS: 1. Select the link to access our careers site. 2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one. 3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application. https://hcm.lonestar.edu/psc/hcmprd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=34951&PostingSeq=1&fbclid=IwAR3LINQbzIPi3OQKyzyfq_tKayRSDBO2GFVJ7DK34Rha6apT0V2a04Q9Dms
Please read the reschedule information. Auditions are this evening, 9/8. Again, any questions please contact Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected] Hope to see you there!
Audition Announcement! If you need more information, please email Fine Arts Coordinator, Joshua Estrada, [email protected]
We are hiring! Looking for a Sound and Lighting Technician to join our team. Follow the link below and directions to apply. This is a full-time, salaried position. DIRECTIONS: 1. Select the link to access our careers site. 2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one. 3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application. https://hcm.lonestar.edu/hcmjob.html?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=34951&PostingSeq=1
If this past year has taught us all anything, it is that the only thing constant in life in change -- and that is what we are LSC Drama want to share with you all this year. We want to highlight all of the changes that can take place between people, and the relationships they have -- be it husbands and wives, parents and children, friends and enemies -- all will be highlighted and focused in our new season. We begin with Ibsen's classic drama, "A Doll's House" This immortal work deals with the fate of a married woman, who lacks reasonable opportunities for self-fulfillment in a male-dominated world. We continue that iconic story with "A Doll's House, Part 2" by Lucas Hnath Nora has returned,. After leaving her husband, children, and the nursemaid, Nora became a successful feminist novelist. The reason for her return is to finalize a divorce from Torvald; she needs him to sign the legal papers. We venture into the spring, with a classic romantic comedy -- Noel Coward's "Private Lives" This hilarious comedy of manners concerns a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Despite a perpetually stormy relationship, they realize that they still have feelings for each other. And we culminate our season with a delightful romp in "Big Love" by Charles Mee Based on Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty brides flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. The play takes the plot of the original Greek play into modern times, raising issues of gender politics, love, and domestic violence. We hope to share these delightful works with you, see you in the fall!!
Concluding our Awards Ceremony Presentation -- Robin Hood! All awards can be picked up in Joseph Urick's office. -- For his work backstage as our Crew, a Director's Award goes to Alice Dreamer For his roles as the hilarious Soldier, Marian's Dad, and our very own King Richard, a Director's Award goes to Mr. Bain Beason For her roles as the lovely Maid Marian, the rambunctious Much, and the overly zealous Much's Dad, a Director's Award goes to Ms. Lindsey Steel For their roles as our intermezzi Musicians and even a herd of Deer, two Director's Award go to Ms. Sabrina Levenson and Ms. Ashlynn Smith -- For Robin Hood, the first Outstanding Performance recipient is a young man who has been no stranger to our stage. His continued growth and development has shown him to be not only a joy to work with, but a real leader among an ensemble. His turn as the Sheriff was hilarious, and his cameo as the Parson took us all to church. He also worked as our Fight Captain, and I could not have asked for a better fighter. For his roles as Sheriff/Parson, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Mr. Jason Wright. Our last recipient is another very talented young man who was originally slated in one role, then shifted into four! Each character was unique, hysterical, and at one point stopped the show as all 4 characters were on stage at the same time. Every day was a joy to work with, and this gentleman has a very bright future ahead of him. For his roles as Prince John/Little John/Friar Tuck/Will Scarlett, an Outstanding Performance Award goes to Mr. Amado Velasco. -- This concludes our Drama Awards for this year. Stay tuned for our season announcement! Have a great summer!!