Theatre in the QCA and beyond
Valerie Zawada '13 made her foray into directing with Touch, by Toni Press-Coffman in the Studio theatre of Galvin, September 8.
The first mainstage show of the year, A New Brain, is a musical by William Finn and James Lapine about finding happiness through traumatic experiences and appreciating our lives.
Ambrose alums involved in a new and different show at the Curtainbox.
Approaching quickly are auditions for "Dakota Jones and the Search for Atlantis," written by Aaron Randolph III '12 and directed by Daniel Sheridan '05. This new and exciting children's show is rife with stunning visual images, and the design team is sure to pull out all the stops!
There is one distinguishing characteristic missing from Galvin: a booming laugh and the friendly calls of "Red Beard!" through the halls.
So far this year, Ambrose has four nominees who will be competing.
When Morgan first came to SAU, she was greeted by "a jovial man in suspenders; a tall, funny woman; and an intimidating, yet awesome older gentleman."
Want to see Dr. Corinne Johnson play a 90-year-old drunken woman?
If Samuel L. Jackson and Shia LaBeouf were having dinner together, it'd probably be with Kyle DeFauw.