Many theatre majors spent the summer doing what they love! Read about all their adventures.
Kayla hopes to work in a children's hospital, incorporating her love of music with therapy to help children.
Shellee Frazee choreograph the upcoming musical, 'Working.'
To get back in the swing of things, the St. Ambrose Theatre Department started the year off with the annual Theatre Picnic. Students and faculty gathered on the mainstage in Allaert Auditorium to enjoy food, reunite with old friends, meet new ones, and get informed about the year ahead.
Read details about this fall's musical, including the cast list and auditions.
The plot is centered on an 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.
Beth's advice for current Ambrose students: learn as much you can about the craft of theatre while you're here.
What will she miss about St. Ambrose? Late night rehearsals, friendships, inside jokes, professors, the strength of a close cast —"everything."
A 1997 grad, Brad shares memories of St. Ambrose and some advice for current students.
Senior Molly Conrad writes about her years in the St. Ambrose Theatre Department – and how a few choices made all the difference in the world.