Currently, Beth owns a restaurant that has a special focus on hiring special needs employees. She also volunteers with the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Program in her home town of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Always a comedian, Beth has many fun and exciting stories to share about her time at St. Ambrose.
Davenport is the latest city for the Penguin Project, a nationwide organization intended to to allow special needs children to get involved in theatre. SAU junior Kelci Eaton volunteered locally with the organization.
It's going to be a great year for SAU Theatre! Take a look at what we're planning.
David Bonde '93 will appear in Richard III as two different characters.
Director Rachel Pribulsky proved once again she is a force to be reckoned with once again. The play had heart and soul: One minute the audience was in tears from laughing, the next they were crying out of sympathy for the characters.
Named for the building in which the theatre department is located, the Galvin Fine Arts Center, The Galvins will be hosted May 7 by the Theatre Department Call Board.
Nick is "that guy" who longs to play Thomas Jefferson in "Hamilton."
Dustin Whetzler is the newest addition to the SAU Theatre Department, and we are happy to have him. You may have come across his name in several of the programs for SAU's mainstage productions for stage crew, light board operator, and helping build the set.
Theatre productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
During summer 2016, Dr. Hayes helped create a complete, yearlong series filled with classes, performances, and lectures all created to celebrate the legacy of Shakespeare.