Would Ashlea work in the circus? Sure. Live on a dairy farm teaching theatre to kids? Absolutely.
This behind-the-scenes novice wouldn't be in theatre if it wasn't for her friends making her go to an audition...and then volunteering for the stage manager job!
Auditions begin in February for this Jean-Paul Sartre play that examines existentialism.
Hare's advice to students: "Make the most of your education. Own it. If you don't feel like you are being challenged, ask for more."
Besides acting, many SAU techies, directors, and writers will be competing in their events in Lincoln, Neb., January 20-26.
The first SAU Studio Theatre show of the 2012-2013 season opened this past weekend with great success. All four shows were full to capacity, with people on the waiting list!
Cody is thankful for theatre faculty who inspire and push him every day to do his best!
The Irene Ryan Competition is a scholarship competition that theatre students are nominated for in order to compete for a scholarship at the American College Theatre Festival.
Although recruiting is thought of as a tool for athletic teams, the St. Ambrose Theater Department has been using it to collect its talent for years.
Theatre productions in the QCA and just beyond