Box Office :: Our Facilities
The Performing Arts Center houses two theatrical spaces, a 60+ seat black box theatre and a 300+ seat main stage theatre to develop and refine your crafts as a theatre practitioner.
The University Playhouse Box Office is located inside of the Performing Arts Center on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus in Room 101B
Ticket Sales and Reservations will begin two weeks before the opening night performance of the production.
Students have the chance to direct, design or perform in plays at the playhouse. The playhouse is where they refine their craft throughout the year.
Department of Theatre :: Featured News
Several Texas A&M University-Commerce alumni represented their alma mater well at the Midwest Clinic International Band and Orchestra Conference. The Midwest Clinic is the world’s largest instrumental music education conference, annually drawing approximately 17,000 attendees to Chicago from all fifty states and as many as forty countries. In this year’s clinic, four A&M-Commerce percussion alumni […]
Students in the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Studio performed well at the Tierras South Texas Percussion Competition in December. This first-annual competition saw high schoolers and university students perform their works on either keyboard or snare drum. A&M-Commerce students finished as follows: Ashton Carter – 1st place in the Collegiate Snare Drum Category Genevieve Trant […]
Students in the Texas A&M University-Commerce Department of History have spent the past semester learning just what it takes to work in the field of public history after the completion of their “ETSTC in WWII” exhibit at the Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum in Greenville, Texas. The exhibit, which features more than 40 items from […]
A strong contingent of students, faculty and alumni of Texas A&M University-Commerce had a stellar outing at the 2021 Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC). The convention ran from November 10 through 13 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Featuring concerts, clinics, panels and presentations given by the finest artists from all over the world, PASIC 2021 showcased […]
A current Texas A&M University-Commerce graduate student was recently the recipient of a renowned fellowship from a Dallas-Fort Worth area art gallery. Alex Ordóñez, currently pursuing his Master of Fine Arts degree in Art with a Studio Art emphasis, was named a 2021 Equity in Arts Fellow by the Talley Dunn Gallery. The fellowship provides […]
Lion graduate Earl Nottingham was recently named a Distinguished Alumni by the Temple Education Foundation at a ceremony on October 21. Nottingham graduated from East Texas State University (now-Texas A&M University-Commerce) in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science in Photography. He achieved success for almost two decades as a freelance photographer, running his own business […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce student Brianna Patt is currently receiving first-hand experience in her chosen field as an intern with Dallas Weekly. Patt, a senior majoring in journalism with a news-editorial emphasis, is also the current opinion editor for The East Texan campus newspaper and has served on the staff since 2017. Patt’s scope of work […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce alumna Christina Moreland is the recipient of the inaugural “Emerging Creative” award from the Dallas Society of Visual Communications. The award was given as part of the 52nd annual Dallas Show, the leading juried competition and awards show for professionals in the southwest. Moreland is an independent designer and cartoonist currently based […]
The story of Jerry Schemmel—renowned sportscaster, ultra-distance cyclist and plane crash survivor—is one of inspiration, hope and survival. Now, Schemmel is working with Texas A&M University-Commerce communications major Ashley Fordinal and her crew at Riseup Films to share his story in a new documentary, “From Ashes, We Rise.” Ashley, who lives in Sulphur Springs, started […]
The public profile of the Department of Music at Texas A&M University-Commerce is getting a big boost, giving students the opportunity to study piano with some of the most advanced technology in the industry thanks to the recent designation of TAMUC as an All-Steinway School. In addition, the university has the unique distinction of receiving […]