Greg D. Roehrick
Professor of Theatre
Director of Design and Technical Production
Lawrence University, B.A.; Wayne State University, M.F.A. | Joined WMU: 1978
Greg D. Roehrick has designed scenery and/or lighting for over 125 productions including regional and national tours of musicals and operas. He has been a guest artist at Idyllwild Arts, the Interlochen Arts Academy, and the Virginia School of the Arts, resident scenic and lighting designer for Festival Playhouse at Kalamazoo College, and scenic designer for the New Horizon Theatre Company. In addition to his stage designs, Greg has been a theatre consultant to architectural firms in California, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. His local consulting projects have included WMU’s Dorothy U. Dalton Center and Irving S. Gilmore Theatre Complex, the Wellspring Theater in The Epic Center, the Union Cabaret & Grille, and the 800-seat auditorium and support facilities at Kalamazoo Central High School. He is currently consulting on two new performing arts facilities with Tower Pinkster Titus Associates. His research interests include the integration of digital media into live performance and 3D projection. He received a Teaching and Learning with Technology grant in 2002-03 and was a co-project director for the President’s Innovation Fund “Digital Media in the Performing Arts” grant in 2006-07. He has received three WMU awards: the 1994 College of Fine Arts Outstanding Service Award, the 1998 Alumni Association Teaching Excellence Award, and the 2008 College of Fine Arts Dean’s Teaching Award.