B.S. Georgia State University 1984,
B.A. Kennesaw State College 1995,
M.M. Georgia State University 1997,
D.M.A. University of Southern Mississippi 2005.
Dissertation - Steve Reich's "The Cave:" the relationship of music
HUMN 2202 Humanities II (1400 to present), MUSC 1111 Musicianship II, MUSC 2111 Musicianship IV, Applied Voice
While at Middle Georgia College, Robert McTyre has been involved in
the following productions: Finn, Sheinkin, and Feldman's "The 25th
Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee;" Ebb, Foss, and
Kander's "Chicago;" Kelso and Nehl's "The Great American Trailer Park
Musical;" Schmidt and Jones' "The Fantasticks;" Rodger's "Two by
Two;" and Kyte's "Tintypes." He has also produced and directed a
number of music revues and choral concerts. Recent performances with
Theatre Macon include Grandpa in Martin and Blane's "Meet Me in St. Louis", the Cockney Quartet in Lerner & Loewe's "My Fair Lady," John Hancock in Edwards "1776," Lt. Shaw in Lucy Simon's
"Secret Garden," and Carmen Ghia in Mel Brooks "The Producers." Robert performed the roles of Captain Smollett and Black Dog in Ken Ludwig's "Treasure Island" and Clemment Musgrove in Uhry's "The Robber Bridegroom" with Warner Robins Little Theatre. He has also performed with the Ocmulgee Symphony Orchestra. Before coming to Middle Georgia College in 2004, Robert performed with the Hattiesburg Civic Chorus & Concert Association, Capitol City Opera, Classic Theater Works, and the Savoyards Musical Theatre Company.
Roles have included Kaspar in Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors," Sid in Fox' "Sid the Serpent who wanted to Sing," King in Miller's "Big River," Joe Hardy in Adler & Ross' "Damn Yankees," and Cholet in Yeston's "Phantom."