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Lisa Troy

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Part-Time Faculty; Arts for Youth Director; Family Performing Arts Center Producing Artistic Director
Rondileau Student Union, Room 028
MEd, Lesley University
Lisa has been teaching, directing, producing, and performing theater for the past 40 years in Boston, Dorchester, Cambridge, and Brockton. A former member of Actor's Equity, Lisa has devoted the last 20 years to teaching primarily on the South Shore, leading professional development workshops for school districts on curriculum-based drama, producing arts programming in Brockton, Bridgewater, and Raynham, creating scripts for BSU & community-based social justice events, and for 16 years, teaching in the Theater Department at BSU. Lisa is the Producing Director of all Arts for Youth/Teens Programs @BSU, including the highly successful summer multi-arts camp, which serves over 200 children and teenagers daily, for six full weeks each summer. She is also one of the founders, and currently serves as the Producing Artistic Director, of BSU's Family Performing Arts Center - an initiative of President Fred Clark, and funded by Arts for Youth. Since its inception in 2015, FPAC has produced seven mainstage family musicals, with an attendance of approximately 8,000 audience members per show. A professional company in residence at BSU, FPAC has been critically acclaimed for its productions of The Wizard of Oz, Beauty and the Beast, and Mary Poppins, and has been praised by the community for presenting the first Sensory Friendly performance by a South Shore theater company, in 2019, with The Wizard of Oz.
Area of Expertise
Children's Theater; Theater-in-Education; Readers Theater; Radio Theater