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Feb. 20 – Dinner Theatre

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Enjoy an evening of good food and theatre beginning with drinks, dinner, and a dessert bar at the Rogalski Center. Then venture to Galvin's Allaert Auditorium to enjoy a performance produced by the award-winning SAU Theatre Department!

Next Dinner Theatre Event

February 20, 2016
Join the Advancement and Alumni Engagement Office for an evening of dinner theatre. This year's dinner is in the Gottlieb Conference Room, 3rd floor of the Rogalski Center. The production of Hedda Gabler will take place following dinner at the Galvin Fine Arts Center.

5:30 p.m. Doors open
6:00 p.m. Buffet dinner with wine and dessert
7:30 p.m. Hedda Gabler

Cost: $25 per person through Feb. 16; $30 after Feb. 16. Price includes both dinner and play. Tickets will be reserved for you and available for pick-up at dinner prior to the show. Purchase your tickets here.

About the show: Hedda is an intelligent and ambitious woman, who has no means of finding personal fulfillment in the stifling world of late 19th century society. This new adaptation by Brian Friel is full of manipulation, backstabbing, love, suspense and crimes of passion.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear to this event?
Wear whatever makes you comfortable. Some people dress up and others wear jeans.

Where should I park?
It depends on when and how far you want to walk. Dinner is in the Rogalski Center, and parking is available in the Rogalski Center parking lot on the corner of Lombard and Ripley. The show is in the Galvin Fine Arts Center, and parking is available in all of the lots west of Gaines Street. You are welcome to move your car between dinner and the show, or you can choose to take a short walk across our beautiful campus. Click here to see a map of campus.

Where do I get my ticket?
We reserve your ticket(s) for you when you RSVP. However, they are not printed until the week of the show. We will have a will-call table at the dinner to distribute tickets.



Whats Next

Check out the Galvin Fine Arts Center's 2015/16 season, featuring renowned performances from across the country, as well as productions by our very own St. Ambrose University theater and music departments.