Meet the Directors
Ms. Thornburg (Ms. T.) grew up in Austin, Texas and fell in love with Theatre when she joined her middle school theatre troupe. In high school, she competed in UIL OAP and knew she wanted to teach Theatre. That love grew when she attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received her B.F.A. in Theatre Studies with K-12 certification in 2018. Right after graduation she was hired by Lewisville ISD to teach Middle School at Arbor Creek Middle School. In the Spring of 2020 she led A.C.T. (Arbor Creek Theatre) to their first UIL placement. She became the Hebron Theatre Freshman Director in the Fall of 2020 and was appointed Head Director of Hebron Theatre in the Spring of 2023.
ASSISTANT dIRECTOR lOGAN MCGRAW
Mr. McGraw is just a Theatre nerd, coming from Sulphur Springs, Texas. After competing in UIL Academics, Band, and Theatre in middle and high school, he knew that education was his future — more specifically, Theatre Education. After 3 years at the University of North Texas, he moved to Griffin Middle School in The Colony and taught theatre for four years. From leading Griffin's group to receiving several Outstanding Crew awards, 1st-runner up school, and Best Performer in UIL, to directing two Junior musicals (Moana and The Addams Family), to maintaining morale and numbers through the COVID-19 Pandemic, and even emceeing pep rallies and DJing school dances, Mr. McGraw is looking forward to bringing his skills to fly high with the Hebron Hawks.
technical director Dean Robertson
Mr. Robertson, an Alabama native, raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana has worked in High School theatre since 1978. The fourth of five children to a Music Minister father, Robertson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech from Louisiana Tech University and a Master of Arts in Theatre from the University of North Texas. Mr. Robertson taught theatre at Clear Lake High School for five years, Clear Brook High School for three years, and was the Technical Theatre Director at Flower Mound High School for seven years. A huge fan of Halloween (he gets to build weird decorations), he is thrilled to be at Hebron and back working with High School students after a few years working in the professional world. He has been at Hebron since Thanksgiving 2022. On a side note, he ride a 6' unicycle!