Who We Are.

Crimson Stage is a student run organization at the University of Alabama. Our purpose is to produce student works; whether that be original works by students, or published works that students want to direct, design, stage manage, or star in, we can help to make it happen. We want to provide students the opportunity to explore every facet of theatre, and to expand their skill set in an educational setting. 

- The CS Team

Dalton Causey 

President

Dalton Causey is a Senior BFA Theatre Major with a Concentration in Acting from Dothan, Alabama. Dalton has been a member of Crimson Stage since his freshman year, when he played the role of Mind in the 2019 production of The Void by LaBorn Brown. Since then, Dalton has been a part of Crimson Stage productions such as The Flick by Annie Baker (Sam) and The Last Goodbye, also by LaBorn Brown (Stage Manager). Besides Crimson Stage, other UA credits include Hand to God (Jason/Tyrone), The Merchant of Venice (Salerio), Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Dr. Watson), and The Imaginary Invalid (Claude De Aria). Dalton also wrote and directed his own play, GO GIRL NORTH, which was produced by Alpha Psi Omega and was also recognized for excellence in playwriting at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Awards for his play The Moon Play; or, Luna Under Alabama Wood in February 2022. Dalton would not be where he is today without his education through Spark Theater Company in Dothan, AL, where he learned the true importance of theatre and art in the lives of young people. 

Trinity Ross

Vice President

Dalton Causey is a Senior BFA Theatre Major with a Concentration in Acting from Dothan, Alabama. Dalton has been a member of Crimson Stage since his freshman year, when he played the role of Mind in the 2019 production of The Void by LaBorn Brown. Since then, Dalton has been a part of Crimson Stage productions such as The Flick by Annie Baker (Sam) and The Last Goodbye, also by LaBorn Brown (Stage Manager). Besides Crimson Stage, other UA credits include Hand to God (Jason/Tyrone), The Merchant of Venice (Salerio), Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Dr. Watson), and The Imaginary Invalid (Claude De Aria). Dalton also wrote and directed his own play, GO GIRL NORTH, which was produced by Alpha Psi Omega and was also recognized for excellence in playwriting at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Awards for his play The Moon Play; or, Luna Under Alabama Wood in February 2022. Dalton would not be where he is today without his education through Spark Theater Company in Dothan, AL, where he learned the true importance of theatre and art in the lives of young people. 

Diane Snoddy

Secretary

Diane Snoddy is a Junior BFA theatre major with a concentration in acting from Birmingham, Alabama. Diane is elated to return to her role of secretary, and serving Crimson Stage is one of her favorite things to do at this university.  Some of her previous credits include Baskerville, A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Female Swing/ Sherlock Holmes), Imaginary Invalid (Mime Ensemble), The Lost Colony (Puppet Swing/ Ensemble), and Pipeline (Laurie U/S). In Crimson Stage, Diane has served as Ast. Director on An Evening of Healing, Co-Director for We Merry Men, sound board operator for The Last Goodbye and performed as Saul in True West. Diane is passionate about acting, directing, photography, digital media, and producing! She is so excited to create with Crimson Stage!