Her advice: "You never know what you're going to like or learn. If you figure out one thing doesn't suit you, try another."
Debuting this fall, junior Jacob Hanenberger is directing this David Mamet story.
This summer, theatre students will represent SAU near and far.
As always, the awards ceremony was well-attended and several students and faculty were honored.
The eighth recipient of this esteemed scholarship is Nicholas N.B. Pearce of Iowa City.
JJ models his life after family because they've shown him that hard work can get you places in life.
It's the third time in the last 10 years that an Ambrosian has made it to the Kennedy Center.
After the successful production of their one-act plays in December, students from last fall's directing class took a moment to reflect on their work.
Are you ready for auditions Feb. 6-7?
Throughout the play the audience, along with the characters, comes to find out what each person has done to deserve to be in hell. They also figure out that each of the characters will serve as the other characters' torturer.