Starr Garrett is the Director of the Theater Program and an Associate Professor with Campbellsville University. She regularly teaches Directing and Design. Ms. Garrett holds a B.A. in Theater Arts from Palm Beach Atlantic University in Palm Beach, FL, a MA in Communication with an emphasis in Acting and Directing for Theater from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA, and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art with a focus on Costuming and Social Implication from Goddard College in Plainfield, VT. She has been recognized for excellence in directing and design by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, is active with the Southeastern Theater Conference. Selected directing credits include Red, Antigone, Little Women, How to Succeed…, and All My Sons. Selected design credits include Swing!, Hamlet, Drowsy Chaperone, and Twelfth Night.
Ms. Garrett is passionate about bringing theater to the community around CU and works with TownHall Productions, a local production company, to bring a wide range of theater to the area. This work includes the development of a youth theater training program, the Creative Spirit Theater Academy.