Do you like the blues? Would you like to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, or play the Game of Life?
Play about "borrowed" ideas is an SAU original
It takes incredible efficiency for Aaron Randolph III ’02, ’12 to squeeze everything into his day. The St. Ambrose University music graduate returned to his alma mater to earn two more degrees this year.
Explore the realm of Digital Scenography as it encompasses the blending of dance, music, film, and sets to bring you three short-story pieces that will allow you to lose yourself between what is real and what is digital.
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.
They appear on stage without the music stands or formal dress of a classical group and talk to the audience like friends, illuminating their music, be it an original composition, a song by Radiohead, or a Bach arrangement.
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.
You’ll enjoy classical Spanish dance, folkloric works, as well as Flamenco! Ensemble Español moves with extraordinary grace to impress dance audiences everywhere.