In 1921, a group of students formed the Baylor Little Theatre at Baylor, starting the throughline of history that would become Baylor University Theatre today.


Feb. 3rd, 1923

Baylor Little Theatre and the Dramatic Arts class stages its first plays in a group of three one-acts, all directed by Miss Sara Lowrey, in the Gold Room of the Raleigh Hotel.


These included:

A Happy Pair by Theyer Smith

Overtones by Alice Gerstenberg

Happiness by Hartley Manners


Later productions in Spring 1963

The Country Cousin by Booth Tarkington

Directed by Sara Lowrey


The Lion and the House by Charles Klein

Directed by Sara Lowrey