Students, faculty, guest artists, and the community gears up to perform some traditional (and some not so traditional) Shakespeare to honor the bard's 400th birthday.
The season is kicking off with Agnes of God by John Pielmeier, which will be performed in the Studio Theater, directed by senior Max Moline.
The show's theme of "revenge is a bitter pill if taken without a cup of forgiveness" will push audiences members to reflect on their own lives.
Along with the first day of classes comes one of the most beloved traditions in the St. Ambrose Theatre Department: the Welcome Picnic!
Adapting the 'Temptest' script over the summer, Pearce strived to create a more streamlined work that will be more easily understood by students at the college setting.
Emily Carter has big dreams, and knows that theatre will help her achieve them.
As the department's Scene Shop Foreman, Aaron doesn't have to travel far to visit his alma mater.
From the Quad Cities and just beyond, enjoy these performances!
As the school year winds to a close, St. Ambrose theatre students are excited to embark on their summer adventures!
Senior Shannon Rourke shares the details of her week-long adventure to Washington, D.C., her reward for being the 2016 KCACTF Region V recipient of the National Stage Management Fellowship.