Shakespeare's 'Richard III' will close out the wonderful Year of Shakespeare at SAU.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond!
Theatre Department will venture to Des Moines Jan. 22-28 for the annual regional competition.
Have you ever wanted to see all of William Shakespeare's plays in 97 minutes? Well now is the perfect chance! SAU's next mainstage show is 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).'
Hundreds of children poured into the Galvin Fine Arts Center November 30 to December 4 to "travel around the world" with Flat Stanley.
Almost every seat was filled and all audience members were delightfully entertained. The performers were spot-on connecting with the audience as they sang their hearts out, and the food and refreshments were wonderful.
With the first semester of school coming to a close, it's time to feature a senior who will have a big challenge in the spring: Rachael will be directing her second show in the SAU Studio Theatres this spring!
Kiara has already been active in the first two productions of the year. She was a mariner in The Tempest as well as run crew, and just finished her role as Samantha in The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley.
Sarah is an advocator and educator for all things theatre. She loved her intimate theatre experience at St. Ambrose and knows that her well rounded education made her a better performer and educator. Why does she love and believe in St. Ambrose theatre so much? Time to find out!
Last month, St. Ambrose alum Aaron Randolph III '02, '10 received the Quad City Arts Lloyd Schoeneman Community Impact Award for Outstanding Artist in the area of performing arts.