Meghan loved everything about her time in the SAU Theatre: the opportunities, the hands-on training, and her Ambrose family.
The St. Ambrose University Theatre Department's final main stage show for the 2014-2015 school year will be A Night of Commedia Dell'Arte.
"This career allows me ... to make something that brings joy to people."
Brian has performed in several productions before coming to St. Ambrose.
Written by award-winning playwright Christopher Durang, this play will be performed March 19-20 in the Studio Theatre.
As expected, this David Mamet play was a difficult piece to perform, but the SAU cast and crew met the challenge.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Three St. Ambrose students were invited to the competition, and one advanced to the semifinals!
Cory Johnson was in charge of this year's competition of musical talent where Molly Conrad '14 was chosen as a finalist.
Two Ambrose students competed for this year's scholarship.