Anderson Theater Department endeavors to provide a comprehensive educational experience through challenging, multi-level coursework and diverse production opportunities where students will develop, not only performance skills, but an enriched understanding of themselves and the world around them.





The Anderson Theater Department is one of the six outstanding fine arts programs offered at Anderson High School.  We offer our students an exceptional range of acting, technical theater, and production classes as well as a variety of extracurricular production opportunities.  Our theater department has an active student organization known as LTC, or the Little Theater Company.  We also have an amazingly supportive Anderson Theater Booster Association, comprised of volunteer theater parents with the mission to support theater at Anderson. 

About Us...

Anderson Theater Directors

Rachel Seney is a graduate of the University of Houston with a degree in Acting and Directing. She has been lucky enough to teach for over 15 years. And is a proud mom of two. Directing and teaching has been one of the most fulfilling experiences in her life. Favorite shows include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Let the Right One In, and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Rachel is committed to continuing Anderson High School’s record of theatrical excellence by creating beautiful productions with her students.  


Rachel Seney

Anderson Theater Director

Office # 512.414.7932

Justin LaVergne

Anderson Theater Director

Office # 512.414.7932

Justin LaVergne has been an actor for over 20 years and is currently a company member at The Vortex theatre in Austin. He graduated from the University of Texas with a BA in Theatre and Dance and a BFA in Theatre Studies.  He has been in several musicals, operas, straight plays, and performance pieces. Some of his favorite roles are Igor in Young Frankenstein and Lord Farquaad in Shrek the Musical. He has taught at Georgetown Palace at their summer youth program and directed their first ever Devised Theatre Workshop Performance. In his fifth year teaching, he looks forward to bringing his real world experience into the classroom to help the future generation of theatre people.