Cynthia Lohrmann, MFA

Assistant Professor, Theatre
Unit: Theatre, College of Communication and Fine Arts
Location: Tigerville

“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking courses in Theatre Design and Theatre Appreciation.


    BS, Western Illinois University
    MFA, Western Illinois University

  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes teaching at university level for 9 years, along with managing the school Costume Shop.

  • Selected Publications


    • Max & Louis Productions, St. Louis, MO
    • Thrill Me by Stephen Dolginoff, Directed by Brooke Edwards
    • Quills by Doug Wright, Directed by Brooke Edwards.

    At NGU designed and built costumes for:

    • Daddy Long Legs
    • Silent Sky
    • Miss Pemberly at Christmas
    • Beauty and the Beast
    • And many more!

    WIU designed and built costumes for:

    • Cabaret
    • Merrily We Roll Along
    • All My Sons, among others
  • My Story

    I’ve always loved to sew and create and had an opportunity to attend grad school as an older non traditional student, at first there was some trepidation since I had never done theatre, but I loved every minute of grad school. The whole process from reading the play, getting to know the characters and dressing them. Four years ago I was led to North Greenville to teach, and I now know it was God that brought me here to share my love of Theatre as well as his love.

    Favorite course to teach:

    My favorite course to teach is Costume Design and construction. I love to see the students realize they have the ability to make garments and help bring a production to life.

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