Senior Molly Conrad will pursue career in music after spring commencement
Meet the cast of two spring Theatre Department productions.
When January rolled around again, the SAU Theatre Department was ready for its annual trip to the regional American College Theatre Festival.
The Galvin mainstage presents a play written by Moises Kaufman and the Tectonic Theater Project.
The Student-Directed One-Acts were the final projects for the Fall 2013 Directing Class.
If elementary recess—and the slew of productions to her credit—is any indication, Conrad is going places!
Back in the Quad Cities, Sheridan leads Davenport Junior Theatre as well as other directing and designing jobs in the area.
She'd love to be on Broadway but for now, Madison will double major in psychology and biology.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Junior Brooke Schelly, and first-year students Sam Jones and Jackson Green, enjoy working with the Rock Island improv comedy troupe.
The first Studio Theatre production of the 2014-15 academic year.
This 1970s musical follows the lives of a wide array of working-class people, from hockey player to mill worker to call girl, showcasing the similarities and differences among their struggles and successes.
The 2014 Children's Musical is 'Cat in the Hat,' directed by Dan Rairdin-Hale.
This comedy by Christopher Durang shows two sets of questionable psychiatrists and their patients, who are both seeking a healthy romantic relationship.
A story told in the style of Commedia dell'arte, a form of theatre developed in Italy in the 16th century involving masks, stock characters, and improvisation.