"Thanks, Dad." Phipps gets her work ethic from hard-working dad's example.
St. Ambrose theatre graduate and former newsletter editor, Seth Kaltwasser '08, premiered his original play 'This Untoward Generation!' August 10.
This summer, Ambrose thespians got a taste of the "real world" during theatre internships and jobs.
Between the three productions, more than 1,500 tickets were sold, and the bays in the back of the auditorium had to be used to house audience members!
Shellee Frazee '00 returned this spring to choreograph 'Chicago' as well as teach a Dance Fundamentals for the Stage class.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Transferring to St. Ambrose, Kelsey said she "felt so relieved and happy to feel like I was finally where I belonged."
Each spring, the St. Ambrose Theatre Department presents the Outstanding Senior award for notable work in the theatre and classroom. This year's recipient is Valerie Zawada.
He razzle dazzled 'em with a lighting design as fit for glittery scenes as it was for gritty ones. And he did it all in one week.
Leaving St. Ambrose this spring, Daniel said he will miss "the feeling of excitement when everything goes right, and the feeling of accomplishment when all of my technical problems are resolved."