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Cast members and an interview with director Cory Johnson
Adjunct instructor Kimberly Kurtenbach Furness '96 turns program over to Davenport Junior Theatre
One alumnus who secured a role is Fr. Thom Hennen, director of vocations.
St. Ambrose graduates get accepted into top MFA programs.
Theatre alumni are coming from across the country for a production of "You Can't Take It With You."
Play about "borrowed" ideas is an SAU original
Theatre productions in the QCA – and beyond.
Emma gives SAU a shining endorsement: "It's basically the best college ever!"
Two SAU actors named 2012 Irene Ryan recipients from the April show
The first Studio Theatre production of the 2014-15 academic year features a drama about the accusation of a lesbian affair between two headmistresses of an all-girls boarding school and how it destroys both women's careers, relationships, and lives.
This 1970s musical follows the lives of a wide array of working-class people, from hockey player to mill worker to call girl, showcasing the similarities and differences among their struggles and successes.
This Dr. Seuss classic – directed by our own Dan Hale – leaps onto the stage with chaotic exuberance in this adaptation from the National Theatre in London.
David Mamet’s scorching play about a group of desperate salesmen in a Chicago real estate office. One of the most influential plays of the 20th century, Glengarry Glen Ross shows Mamet at the height of his literary and dramatic powers.
This comedy by Christopher Durang shows two sets of questionable psychiatrists and their patients, who are both seeking a healthy romantic relationship.
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