Students look forward to summer all year and can't wait to be able to relax and take a break from classes, meetings, and rehearsals ... unless you're a theatre student, that is. Theatre kicks into high gear during the summer and the SAU students are no exception to this rule.
Allissa is thriving in her job as a trainer thanks to her theatre degree. But leaving the comfort of Ambrose was something she wasn't prepared for. Her advice? "From your professors, to the Career Center, to resume review, make sure that you are thinking about life after college."
Sportscaster or lawyer? Jonathan ponders his next act.
Roxie Hart dreamed of being a star. Emily dreams of playing Roxie Hart. It's meant to be!
Local theatre and productions just beyond the QCA.
As is customary, new and current students gathered for the annual Theatre Picnic at the beginning of the school year.
Cast and crew are hard at work preparing for the year's first Studio Theatre play, 'Jerry Finnegan's Sister.'
The St. Ambrose University Theatre Department is kicking off the season with 'Parade'! This heart-wrenching musical is based on the historical case and lynching of Leo Frank.
Next summer students can travel to Ireland and learn about Irish playwrights, tour the countryside, and study the impact of politics on the Irish people and how theatre has been a traditional and important outlet for education, entertainment and agitation.
'I miss the accessibility and camaraderie. It is always a group effort to put up a show - but at Ambrose everyone who cared about theatre really, truly cared.'