In a breakout performance, Brian Liebforth '18 plays younger brother Phillip, doe-eyed and deprived of the outside world by older brother, Treat. Director Rachel Pribulsky '17 explores different interpretations of being a savior.
What play could possibly give that much entertainment you might ask? Well the answer is Noises Off, a comedic play written by Michael Frayn!
Abby recently earned her master's degree in Christian Ministry and Discipleship.
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On a friend's recommendation, Zack came to Ambrose. He recently was in the cast for 'Noises Off.'
'I have definitely met the most helpful and caring people ever in the Theatre Department.'
After graduation, Rachel will return to AmeriCorps and then go back to school to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology.
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Junior Rachel Pribulsky will direct the play, written by Lyle Kessler.
The show is a farce written by English playwright Michael Frayn and is the last main stage show for this season at St. Ambrose University. It is a play within a play done in three acts.