David Legore is a versatile performance artist and educator in dramatic media with a broad range of experiences as a director, writer, media designer, and actor. His primary work has been in service to the department of dramatic media at Texas Lutheran University. In addition to developing TLU's unique hybrid curriculum in theatre, film, and new media, Legore directs faculty productions and works with the student actors, directors and writers of TLU Dramatic Media. A 1991 graduate of TLU with a B.A. in economics, Prof. Legore cultivated his passion for theatre as a student actor and director at TLU. In 1995 he earned his M.F.A. in directing from the University of South Dakota, where he was twice in the regional finals of the Irene Ryan Acting Competition at the American College Theatre Festival. Believing that performance artists must be entrepreneurial creators and distributors of content, his pedagogy explores the interactions of performance craft, content creation, digital media, and entertainment economics. In support of this scholarship, he has attended conferences and seminars exploring the use of emerging digital technologies for content creation and distribution, including BEA / NAB, SIGGRAPH, LDI, and the Digital Media Academy. He is an award-winning filmmaker, winning a Silver Remi award at the 40th Annual Houston WorldFest International Film Festival for his original, feature-length movie SILVR BULLETZ, BLAK DUZT. That screenplay was recently adapted for the stage, with the title SILVER BULLETS, BLACK DUST. His original stage play TRIGGER WARNING, was produced by Theatre For Change in 2015, performing at the Classic Theatre of San Antonio, Texas A&M San Antonio, and Texas Lutheran University. His latest writing project is an original stage play entitled FLAGS, which explores property and prejudice. His writing can be found at the New Play Exchange. He was a member of the Texas Theatre Task Force, a local conservation group that successfully restored the Texas Theatre in Seguin.