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.
The SAU Theatre Department is making history in the month of November with its first-ever cabaret, featuring current and past students of the Intro to Musical Theatre class.
Though the class size is small, their task is monumental. From now until the semester's end, they will cast, block, costume, and ultimately direct a one act play that will be performed as part of their final exam.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Friends and faculty of the SAU Theatre Department joined together in the Allaert Auditorium Oct. 19 to support the newest and freshest faces in the program.
In this show, based on the books by Jeff Brown, Stanley Lambchop is your average kid who gets flattened when his bulletin board lands on top of him. Now that he's no thicker than a piece of a paper, he is able to mail himself around the world to have amazing adventures!
As the curtain draws to a close on SAU's first production of the year, Shakespeare's classic tale of revenge and magic, The Tempest, we look back on one of the most unique aspects of the show: the show itself!
Helene was drawn to St. Ambrose because of how "St. Ambrose is such a close community. The classrooms were a big seller for me, and the fact that the professors really want you to succeed inside and outside of the classroom."
Megan dreams of one day becoming an author and illustrator.
Today Erick is involved in various music projects and works in Los Angeles as a marketing manager for a SoCal brewery.