During summer 2016, Dr. Hayes helped create a complete, yearlong series filled with classes, performances, and lectures all created to celebrate the legacy of Shakespeare.
The Galvins are right around the corner. In only a few short months, it will be "that time again" to rewind on the productions of the 2016-17 academic year.
A new professional theatre company opens this summer with three productions.
This semester the Studio Theatre welcomes back Rachel Pribulsky SAU ’17 as she directs the comedy Realistic Joneses by Will Eno.
"What's truly interesting is the way that the show covers all 37 plays in 90 minutes!" said cast member Jordan Webster-Moore. "This show is about making Shakespeare understandable and highly enjoyable for anyone."
Carol offers this advice to students: Soak in as much as you can at St. Ambrose. It's a place where professors truly give you their best every day, and most importantly, truly believe in their students.
Some of Max's memories from his time at Ambrose include a trip to Ireland and becoming an award-winning actor.
Mya has been very active in the theatre department here at St. Ambrose this year, and we hope she keeps it up in the future! You may have seen her on stage in The Tempest or working behind the scenes for The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Beloved theatre director/professor/actress earned a prestigious theatre medal. But how did she get to SAU and start her illustrious career? Nearly by accident.