Roars of laughter filled the auditorium at all three performances. The actors, technicians, and director all did a fantastic job at working together to bring Michael Frayn's farce to life.
When budget cuts threatened to take our beloved children’s show away, faculty and students alike took to a town-hall meeting to discuss possible solutions to this problem.
Matt works in the Twin Cities as a scenic carpenter and actor.
It was on a campus visit when Becca decided to attend St. Ambrose. "The moment I stepped foot in Galvin I knew it would be my home away from home."
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
In a breakout performance, Brian Liebforth '18 plays younger brother Phillip, doe-eyed and deprived of the outside world by older brother, Treat. Director Rachel Pribulsky '17 explores different interpretations of being a savior.
What play could possibly give that much entertainment you might ask? Well the answer is Noises Off, a comedic play written by Michael Frayn!
Abby recently earned her master's degree in Christian Ministry and Discipleship.
See what the Theatre Department has in the works for our year of The Bard.
On a friend's recommendation, Zack came to Ambrose. He recently was in the cast for 'Noises Off.'