The second show from this course will be 'reasons to be pretty,' written by Neil LaBute and directed by senior Grace Allen.
A repise from the 1990s, the SAU Theatre Department is preparing next year's studio theatre show, "You Can't Take It With You."
Theatre professor Kris Eitrheim continues to enjoy his sabbatical and the stress free time away from the SAU scene shop.
A recap of the Michael Kennedy Scholarship Benefit night.
If you gave Tony a time machine, he'd use it to go watch the original production of Wicked on Broadway.
Somewhere on the high school stages of America is Ambrose's next breakout star, but how do they get discovered?
This year’s musical, "A New Brain," written by William Finn, debuted to an eager and appreciative audience.
After years of being directed, some of the SAU Theatre students are sitting in the Director's chair for a change.
The next mainstage show is upon us and is well on its way to being performed to thousands of energetic children!
Our very own Dr. Corinne Johnson plays a drunken mother in the Riverside Theatre's "The Cripple of Inishmaan"