This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play will be produced at St. Ambrose University for the first time this March.
f you're going to be high-brow, and possibly play a part in "The Importance of Being Earnest," you'll need to attend high tea. That's exactly what cast members did for their production later this spring. Oh, and Phil McKinley will be here.
It was very difficult for Rachel to find a school with a good forensic psychology program, along with an outstanding theatre program. Luckily, just when she was about to settle for a college in Ohio, she found St. Ambrose!
After each performance, the audience were invited to ask the cast and director questions about performing this moving play.
Pay attention young Ambrosians, says theatre alum Seth Kaltwasser. "Invest, as deeply as you can in your time at Ambrose. Work hard and pay attention. It will be worth it."
As a transfer from Kirkwood Community College, Cami was urged to attend SAU. After meeting Theatre professor Cory Johnson, her mind was made up!
Productions here in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Some exciting shows are planned for next year, and to help students prepare, two classes were added to class offerings for Fall 2014.
Yes, it's October, but auditions are underway next week for this year's annual children's musical, 'Toy Camp.'
Props, costumes, and dance numbers were put together within five weeks. And, along with being a spontaneous type of show, the project itself has been a spontaneous from the start.