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Departments & Courses

Arts

DEVELOPS an appreciation for the creative and performing arts;
FOSTERS and ENCOURAGES creative exploration and development;
FACILITATES a cooperative learning environment;
TEACHES the value of our cultural heritage; and
INSTILLS a sense of creative discipline.

Students attending LSMSA have opportunities to study and perform in a wide variety of Arts disciplines. They include:

MUSIC - Students may audition to take private lessons in piano, voice, or most instruments. For those with no prior training, entry-level classes are offered in voice and piano. Students can also take Music Theory and Composition. LSMSA vocalists have many opportunities to perform in Chorale (a classical choir) as well as in solo performances and a number of state and regional competitions. Advanced pianists and instrumentalists can also prepare solo recitals and participate in state and regional competitions. Instrumentalists can audition for the LSMSA Wind or Chamber Ensembles, and some even perform with ensembles at Northwestern State University, including the Natchitoches/Northwestern Symphony.

DANCE - Dance course offerings include beginning through advanced levels of Ballet, Modern and Jazz techniques. Course offerings also include Intro to Dance, Dance Improvisation, Dance Composition and Dance History on a rotational basis. The LSMSA Dance Ensemble, the student dance company, is open by audition only. The Dance Ensemble produces an informal fall concert as well as an annual spring dance concert.

THEATRE - Students may take classes in Acting I or II and Stagecraft, and have opportunities to work in Speech and Musical Theatre. A popular interdisciplinary course is Studies in Dramatic Text and Performance. The primary acting ensemble is the Theatre Repertory Company, which presents a major production each semester.

VISUAL ARTS - Entry-level classes for budding artists include Drawing and Design. For more advanced students, we have specialized courses in Painting, Watercolor, Printmaking, Ceramics, and Sculpture. Student work is exhibited regularly throughout the school and each year, some of the top work becomes part of the school's permanent collection.

CREATIVE WRITING - This is our newest offering under the Arts umbrella. Students have opportunities to study Poetry, Fiction, Drama, and Literary Non-Fiction. Submission for publication is a requirement in all Creative Writing courses.

At LSMSA, you will be taught and mentored by artists, musicians, composers, writers, actors, and dancers/choreographers. Join us in making great art.
  • AR103 CL Exploring Visual Arts

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Exploring the Visual Arts introduces students to a variety of art materials and techniques while learning the basic elements and principles of art and design. It is the gateway course to the Visual Arts Curriculum. A $25 lab fee is required.
  • AR150 CL Drawing & Painting I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Drawing and Painting I develops skills in the production of art, applying the fundamental elements and principles of fine art and design. Students will produce a body of work that shows personal exploration and also artistic philosophy, art criticism, and art history. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR153 CL Photography

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course serves as an introductory study in the field of digital photography and the photographic processes. Students will continue to explore photography through a variety of projects while pursing advanced skills in printing and using photo editing software. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103, and/or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR155 CL Design I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Design I focuses on two dimensional design concepts as used in a variety of professional design fields including: graphic design, textile design, fashion design, and interior design. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR160 CL Architecture I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Architecture I is designed to give students an understanding of residential functional and aesthetic design. The course revolves around designing a vacation home for a particular family on a specific lot and information related to that design. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR170 CL Digital Media I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). The Digital Media course introduces students to digital video and sound elements of art-making. Students will explore the use of digital media through a series of projects using Graphic, Video, and Sound editing software. Students will be given the opportunity to produce a series of short films while viewing a variety of historic and contemporary film samples. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR206 CL Printmaking I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Printmaking I provides students a series of projects introducing them to the craft of fine art printmaking by creating portfolio quality pieces while developing a vocabulary of their own artistic ideas. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR207 CL Printmaking II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continues the development of the skills taught in Printmaking I. In addition to demonstration and technical assignments, students will view historic and contemporary examples of quality prints and will analyze, and discuss specific artworks, identify cultural sources, processes, and the role of printmaking artists. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR206.
  • AR250 CL Drawing & Painting II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course continues to develop the skills in the production, applying the fundamental elements and principles of fine art and design that was started in Drawing and Painting I. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR150 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR253 CL Photography II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course serves as an advanced study in the field of digital photography and the photographic processes. Students will continue to explore photography through a variety of projects while pursing advanced skills in printing and using photo editing software. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103, AR153 and/or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR255 CL Design II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit).Design II continues the focus of Design I. To include a more advanced focus on on two dimensional design concepts as used in a variety of professional design fields including: graphic design, textile design, fashion design, and interior design. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR155 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR260 CL Architecture II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continues the development of the skills taught in Architecture I. The course revolves around designing a two-story home for a particular family on a specific lot and information related to that design. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR160 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR270 CL Digital Media II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continues the development of the skills taught in Digital Media I. Students will explore the use of digital media through a series of projects using Graphic, Video, and Sound Editing software. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR170 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR334 CL Ceramics I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Ceramics I is intended for students who have a basic understanding of the elements and principles of design and would like to study ceramics for the first time. It is a comprehensive introduction to the craft of clay working. The primary emphasis is on studio work leading to a portfolio of finished pieces by the end of the semester. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the instructor.
  • AR335 CL Ceramics II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continues the development of the skills taught in Ceramics I. It is intended for students who have a basic understanding of the elements and principles of design and would like to continue developing their ceramics skills. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR334 or consent of the instructor.
  • AR344 CL Sculpture I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Students will learn the basic skills of three-dimensional design through the use of a variety of materials and techniques. Throughout the semester the students will be introduced to a variety of historic and contemporary sculptors while discussing the strategies of a variety of artists. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR345 CL Sculpture II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continues the development of the skills taught in Sculpture I. It is intended for students who have a basic understanding of the elements and principles of sculpture and would like to continue developing their design skills. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisite: AR344 or consent of the Instructor.
  • AR403 CL Adv Visual Arts

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Advanced Visual Arts is offered to students who have already completed Exploring Visual Arts and an additional Visual Arts Course and would now like the freedom to create a series (3-5 pieces) of work based on their own theme. This course is intended for the most advanced Visual Arts student. A $25 lab fee is required. Prerequisites: AR103, two additional art classes, and permission from the Instructor.  (Previously listed as AR244C).
  • AR410 CL Art Seminar

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This is an advanced course for students who have taken Photography and Digital Media or Drawing & Painting and Printmaking. This course is intended for the more advanced student looking for more independence to work on semester long projects while approaching professional practices in the arts. Prerequisites: AR103, two additional art classes, and permission from the Instructor.  (Previously listed as AR244B).
  • AR440 CL Contemporary Art

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Appreciating and understanding the value of art is challenging for many people. However, learning about the history, various types of artwork and genres can deepen your comprehension significantly. It can also make you a more well-rounded and interesting individual. This semester long course explores the global perspective on the interaction between contemporary art and culture as well as why you should study and examine art generally. It also allows the student to learn common art terms while providing the opportunity to analyze and interpret work using the language associated with art critique. Individuals will view historic and contemporary examples of how concept and design is used in a variety or art forms, focusing on pieces that push the boundaries of convention and have had a real effect on society. The course includes weekly, short quizzes and a series of three written critiques to test your learning.  (Previously listed as AR244A).
  • DA100 CL Intro to Dance

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is an overview of the field of dance designed to introduce students to the theory, practice, exploration and basic vocabulary of the three main genres of concert dance; ballet, modern and jazz.
  • DA103 CL Beginning Ballet

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the beginning level mover in ballet technique. The class progression will follow the traditional format of barre and build up to basic center and across the floor work.
  • DA113 CL Beginning Jazz

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the beginning level mover in jazz technique. The class will follow the progression of warm-up and center floor work including turns and jumps, and learning choreography.
  • DA123 CL Beginning Modern

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the beginning level modern mover. The class will cover modern techniques and include center and across the floor work.
  • DA144 CL Dance Improvisation

    (One semester, 0.5 unit credit). This course is an introduction to dance improvisation. This course will explore various class exercises involving imagery, text, as well as aural information, allowing students to explore the creative process. This class is open to all level of dance abilities from beginning through advanced.
  • DA203 CL Intermediate Ballet

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the intermediate level mover in ballet technique. The class progression will follow the traditional format of barre and center and across the floor work. Prerequisites: DA103 or permission from the Instructor.
  • DA204 CL Dance History

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This lecture course will explore the various forms of dance such as social dance, ballet, modern, jazz, and tap dance through the lens of historical roots and cultural trends.
  • DA213 CL Intermediate Jazz

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the intermediate level mover in jazz technique. The class will follow the progression of warm-up and center floor work including turns and jumps, and learning choreography. Prerequisite: DA113 or permission of Instructor.
  • DA223 CL Intermediate Modern

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the intermediate level mover in modern. The class will cover modern techniques and include center and across the floor work. Prerequisites: DA123 or permission from the Instructor.
  • DA244 CL Dance Composition

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course provides students with opportunities to study and explore the act of dance-making through process-driven approach, improvisation, observation, peer feedback and critical group discussion. Prerequisites: DA144 or permission from the Instructor.
  • DA244P CL Pointe

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the intermediate level mover in ballet technique. The class progression will follow the traditional format of barre and center and across the floor work. Prerequisites: DA203 and/or DA303.
  • DA303 CL Advanced Ballet

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the advanced level mover in ballet technique. The class progression will follow the traditional format of barre and center and across the floor work. Prerequisites: DA203 or permission from the Instructor. (Previously listed as DA403).
  • DA313 CL Advanced Jazz

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the advanced level mover in jazz technique. The class will follow the progression of warm-up and center floor work including turns and jumps, and learning choreography. Strengthening and cardio will also be included. Prerequisites: DA213 or permission from the Instructor.
  • DA323 CL Advanced Modern

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for the advanced level mover in modern technique. The class will cover many modern techniques and include center and across the floor work. Prerequisites: DA223 or permission from the Instructor.
  • DA401 CL Dance Ensemble

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is designed for any dancer enrolling in a dance technique class in the same semester and wanting to perform in that semester's dance concert. The progression of rehearsal and performance will follow that of a repertoire dance company. Prerequisite: by audition only. Co-requisite: concurrent enrollment in a dance technique course.
  • FA101 CL Survey of Arts I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). A chronological overview of the arts in Western Civilization from Ancient Greece to the Neoclassical era, with emphasis on the aesthetic philosophy prevalent in these various epochs.
  • FA102 CL Survey of Arts II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). A continuation of FA101, beginning with the Romantic era and continuing to the present.
  • MU101 CL Intro Music Theory I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This class is designed for the student with little or no musical experience with music theory. Students will learn note identification, key signatures, musical notation, major and minor scales, chord construction, intervals, and other basic music rudiments.
  • MU102 CL Beginning Piano Class I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). The class uses the electronic keyboard lab to teach basic keyboard skills, music reading, and music fundamentals. Designed for students with no prior piano experience.
  • MU103 CL Beginning Piano Class II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). The class uses the electronic keyboard lab and is a continuation of skills begun in MU102. Prerequisites: MU102 or audition and consent of the Instructor.
  • MU104 CL Class Guitar

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). An introduction to playing the classical guitar. The class will provide a foundation for further study of the guitar and can lead to a lifetime of enjoyment. Exposure to the instrument should expand your appreciation of music in general.
  • MU123 CL Class Voice I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This class is designed for the student who has had little or no previous experience with private vocal study. Students will learn basic vocal technique and musicianship including producing a safe, healthy and correct vocal sound, breathe support, diction, and stage presence. Students in this class will be required to sing both with the group and as a soloist in front of the class.
  • MU201 CL Intro Music Theory II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continuation of skills begun in MU101. Students will continue learning chord construction, identification, melody, tertian harmony, and simple harmonization. Four part writing will also be introduced at this time. Prerequisites: MU 101 or consent of the Instructor.
  • MU202 CL Intermediate Piano Class

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). The class uses the electronic keyboard lab to improve keyboard skills, music reading, solo playing, and fundamentals of piano repertoire. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: MU103 or audition and consent of instructor.
  • MU213 CL Music Composition

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). Students will receive an individual lesson each week in music compositional techniques, including melody writing, harmonization, and form, among others. Compositions written, if possible, will be performed on Student Recitals. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Completion of MU101, concurrent enrollment in a music theory course and consent of the Instructor.
  • MU223 CL Class Voice II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This class serves as a continuation of skills learned in Class Voice I. Students will continue to study the proper production of a safe, healthy sound, while adding experience singing in a foreign language. Students in this class will be required to sing both with the group and as a soloist in front of the class. This course can be repeated for credit. Pre-requisite: MU123 and/or consent of the Instructor.
  • MU233 CL Chorale

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). The LSMSA Chorale is a traditional concert choir designed to foster and develop young singers' healthy vocal technique, musicianship, and performing artistry as well as their knowledge of choral music literature. Instruction is provided for studying various styles and historical periods of choral literature, and opportunities are given for practical performing experience. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Vocal placement audition with Instructor.
  • MU254B CL Mixed Ensemble

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This is a highly selective course designed to offer advanced performers opportunities to play challenging music literature in a professional setting. Players will be placed in both small and large groups according to works being performed. Students accepted into this Ensemble will also be given private lessons on their instruments. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Audition and consent of the Instructor.
  • MU255 CL Chamber Ensemble

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). This is a highly selective group that is chosen from the best musicians in MU254A or MU254B by the Instructor. It is a very small group of usually only 3 to 6 players. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Audition, acceptance into MU254A or MU254B, AND invitation by the Instructor.
  • MU272 CL Private Voice

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). Private Voice will meet twice a week. One meeting will provide individualized instruction in producing a safe vocal sound and presenting a polished interpretation of selected vocal literature. The second meeting will provide a class during which all Private Voice students meet to practice performance skills in front of the rest of the class. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Permission of instructor and enrollment in MU233.
  • MU274N CL Percussion

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). Students will receive an individual lesson each week to work on repertoire, technique, overall musicianship, and music assigned in MU254B. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Audition/interview with the Ensemble Director and enrollment in MU254B.
  • MU274R CL Cello

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). Students will receive an individual lesson each week to work on repertoire, technique, overall musicianship, and music assigned in either MU254A or MU254B. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Audition/interview with the Ensemble Director and enrollment in MU254A or MU254B.
  • MU283 CL Minor Piano

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). Students will receive an individual lesson each week to work on repertoire, technique, and overall musicianship. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: audition and interview with the Instructor.
  • MU301 CL Adv Music Theory I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continuation of MU201. There will be a further development of common practice period theory. Chromaticism will be studied. A more advanced look at chord construction will take place as well as modulation into other keys. Emphasis will be placed on music analysis especially the chorales of J.S. Bach. Prerequisites: MU201 or consent of the Instructor.
  • MU302 CL Adv Music Theory II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continuation of MU301. Emphasis will be placed on more complex music analysis as we look at pieces from the Classical and Romantic Periods. Selected composers will be discussed in connection on how they propelled music forward. Prerequisites: MU301 or consent of the Instructor.
  • MU372 CL Vocal Recital

    (One semester; 0.25 unit of credit). You must be selected by the voice faculty to enroll in MU372 and be co-enrolled in MU272. In addition to preparing a Senior Recital, the student will also research and write program notes for the literature being performed. Prerequisite: Consent of the Instructor.
  • MU383 CL Major Piano

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Students will receive either two individual lessons or one individual lesson and a studio class each week (depending on enrollment) to work on repertoire, technique, and overall musicianship. The course will culminate in a senior recital. Students are to participate in festivals, recitals, and competitions. Prerequisites: audition and interview with the Instructor.
  • MU401 CL Adv Music Theory III

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continuation of MU302. The main concentration will be on 20th-century music theories and techniques. Emphasis will be placed on more complex music analysis seeing where music has gone since the breakdown of common practice period theory. Prerequisites: MU302 or consent of Instructor.
  • MU402 CL Adv MusicTheory IV

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Continuation of MU401. Continuation of 20th-century music theories and techniques. A more in-depth analysis will be presented by analyzing music by various composers who are significant figures in 20th-century music. Prerequisites: MU401 or consent of Instructor.
  • TH103 CL Acting I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Development of the fundamental aspects of the craft of acting. The exploration of focus, imagination, and intent will play out through study of improvisation, auditions, and scene work. The course will culminate in a performance for an invited audience.
  • TH113 CL Stagecraft

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Students in this class will learn the basic theory and principles of stage, set, lighting, sound, and costume design, and gain hands-on experience by assisting Theatre and Dance Repertory Productions.
  • TH123 CL Improvisation I

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course will focus on the fundamentals of Theatrical and Comedic Improvisation. Students will develop communication skills, audition skills, and overall performance awareness. They will perform in teams on a regular basis using increasingly complicated forms and culminating in a Harold, the keystone of long-form improvisation.
  • TH130 CL Script Analysis

    One Semester (.5 Unit of Credit): Students will read, analyze, discuss, and present concepts for up to 10 important theatre scripts over the course of the semester. This will be done with the intention of studying plays as a director would prior to conducting auditions. Each semester may focus on different offerings of theatre (Pulitzer Winners, Theatre for Social Change, 20th Century, etc.). Possible viewing and critique of both LSMSA and NSU performances. Prerequisite: TH103 or consent of the instructor. (Previously listed as TH244S).
  • TH203 CL Acting II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Further exploration of the craft of acting through a focus on Stanislavski and Meisner methods. Through improvisation and scene study, actors will utilize moment work and critique to further their use of objectives, actions, and motivation as they construct fully developed characters. The course will culminate in a performance for an invited audience. Prerequisite: TH103 or consent of the Instructor.
  • TH213 CL Stage Production

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course is an advanced class to continue to explore designing, crafting and execution of theatrical productions. You will learn enhanced theatre terminology and hands-on skills needed for the different areas of technical theatre to support the Theatre Repertory and Dance Repertory productions. This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: TH113 or consent of the Instructor.
  • TH223 CL Improvisation II

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). This course continues the lessons taught in TH123. Students will continue to work on the Harold with a greater focus on character development and audience relationship. Students will perform on a regular basis for an audience. This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: TH123 or consent of the Instructor.
  • TH303 CL Acting III

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Exploration of the craft of acting with a focus on various theatre styles away from traditional or modern contexts. For example: Greek, Shakespeare, Absurdism, Ensemble/Chorus Work, Commedia, and Improvisation. The course will culminate in a performance for an invited audience.  Prerequisites: Beginning, Intermediate Acting, or consent of the instructor.  (Previously listed as TH244T).
  • TH323 CL Theatre Repertory

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Students will rehearse and perform the main school production during the semester. This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Audition and consent of the Instructor.
  • TH333 CL Musical Theatre Cabaret

    (One semester; 0.5 unit of credit). Students will explore musical theatre production through research, rehearsal and performance for the public of musical solos and scenes. Prerequisites: TH103, MU123 or MU233, and consent of the Instructors.

Department Faculty

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    Al Benner
    Senior Lecturer of Instrumentals, Theory and Composition, Department Chair
    318-357-2537
    Louisiana State University - Doctor of Musical Arts
    Tulane University - Master of Fine Arts
    Tulane University - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Tulane University - Bachelor of Arts
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    Lisa Benner
    Senior Lecturer of Voice and Chorale
    318-357-2538
    Louisiana State University - Master of Music
    University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point - Bachelor of Music
  • Photo of Charles Jones
    Charles Jones
    Senior Lecturer of Piano
    318-357-2554
    University of Texas at Austin - Doctor of Musical Arts
    University of Texas at Austin - Master of Music
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Bachelor of Music
  • Photo of Marcus Journey
    Marcus Journey
    Associate Lecturer of Visual Arts
    318-357-2575
    Louisiana Tech University - Master of Fine Arts
  • Photo of Chris King
    Chris King
    Principal Lecturer of Visual Arts
    318-357-2555
    California Institute of the Arts - Master of Fine Arts
    University of Massachusetts Dartmouth - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    University of Massachusetts Dartmouth - Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Photo of Crystal Lewis
    Crystal Lewis
    Associate Lecturer of Dance
    318-357-2559
    Sam Houston State University - Master of Fine Arts
    Southeast Missouri State University - Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Photo of Karn Richoux
    Karn Richoux
    Instructor of Technical Theatre
    318-357-2573
    Florida State University - Master of Fine Arts
    Hamline University - Bachelor of Arts
  • Photo of Scott Theriot
    Scott Theriot
    Associate Lecturer of Theatre
    318-357-2566
    University of New Orleans - Master of Fine Arts
    University of Louisiana at Lafayette - Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Photo of Art Williams
    Art Williams
    Executive Director Emeritus, Instructor of Guitar

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