A multi-faceted and veteran SAU performer, Seward wants to keep up her acting chops while pursuing arts education.
SAU's technical theatre team snatched the Golden Wrench Award (again!), and two Ambrosians are going to the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.—including an Irene Ryan winner!
Inspired by his family, Conor hopes to open his own marketing firm one day.
Directed by Daniel Rairdin-Hale, Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice storms the Galvin mainstage in February.
With two months to go, these seven thespians have picked their partners and (most) have settled on their pieces.
Dec. 10 and 12 | Enjoy a few one-act plays before kicking back to relax over winter break!
Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond.
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.