Auditions were held in the final weeks before Winter Break. The cast met for a read-through before break, but were to be off-book by the time rehearsals started the Sunday after returning from KCACTF!
On sabbatical, Theatre instructor Cory Johnson experienced other stages.
Two participants in this year's KCACTF – juniors Nick Pearce and Max Moline – earned their keep through their skills in writing and directing.
Productions in the QCA and just beyond.
With such a talented department, St. Ambrose will have more than its fair share of representation, including students participating in the Irene Ryan Acting Competition, Musical Theatre Intensive, Devised Theatre, Technical Team Challenge, and many more workshops and events.
St. Ambrose will be hosting a fundraiser to help with costs associated with the hospitalization of her late husband who died in October.
Coming to life this weekend in the Galvin Fine Arts Center is a classic children's book character that children and parents alike can recall: Junie B. Jones!
It's a play all about secrets, scandal and control. It's full of manipulation, backstabbing, love, suspense, and crimes of passion.
"Theatre is the window to the human experience, to help us see and understand life's moments."
Jordan will take just a few memories from Ambrose when he graduates in the spring. Actually, there's five.