Clay Sander '92 reflects on his experience, memories, and confidence he got from being in theatre productions as a student in the early 90s.
Amanda came to SAU thinking she wanted to be an actress, but then after trying her hand at backstage work, she changed her mind. "I gave the tech side a try and fell in love."
Rebecca came to SAU via the Thespian Festival.
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
Tied to the year's academic theme, Justice, 'Parade' is a Tony-winning musical based on the true story of a lynching.
The student-directed Studio Theatre production of Jack Neary's Jerry Finnegan's Sister started our Theatre Department's season off right!
In the absence of Corinne Johnson, who is on sabbatical, Rairdin-Hale steps in and has several ideas to try!
Students are learning the elements of performing in front of a camera, but also the technical aspects of being behind the camera.
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."