Dr. Bethany Larson

Associate Professor of Theatre

B.F.A, Texas Tech University; M.A., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., University of Kansas

Dr. Larson is an actress, director, and teacher; having worked professionally in Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, and New Jersey. She has worked as a member of the acting company for the Sequoyah New Play Retreat, and appeared in the world premiere of the play Sister Calling My Name at Playwright's Theatre of New Jersey, the Masterpiece Theatre production of Cora Unashamed, and the film Peacock. Her directing credits include Translations, A Flea in Her Ear, Grease, The Servant of Two Masters, and Doubt, among others. She is a respondent/selector for Region V of the American college Theatre Festival.

Courses

Fundamentals of Acting, Advanced Acting, Audition Techniques, Acting for Media, Basic Vocal Production, Fundamentals of Directing, Advanced Directing, Gender and Performance, Theatre Intensive: Viewpoints, Fundamentals of Arts Management, Introduction to Theatre, University Seminar, Risky Business: Improvisation and Life, Musical Theatre.

Bethany Larson