She'll be working at Brownville Village Theatre in Brownville, Neb., for the summer.
Clay Sander '92 is reincarnating a TV-11 character in the hopes of it becoming a television or web series.
A special production highlights the beginning of the season in September, and the musical "Chicago" tops off the spring.
Local theatre group, The Prenzie Players, will soon be staging "Titus Andronicus" by Shakespeare and Catie Osborn '10 is part of the cast.
Valerie Zawada '13 has been living in Prague for the past month and says she could not be happier learning about the culture, meeting new people, and seeing new places.
"reasons to be pretty" was a very challenging production, there is no doubt about that, but director Grace Allen was confident the show was a success.
Theatre productions in the QCA and beyond.
Director Aaron Randolph III hopes this second piece on the SAU stage challenged and provoked the audience.
This show hits on an issue that everyone has dealt with at one point or another: what is beauty?
The show follows the story of a forest of fairies whose dispute over a child leads to confusion in the lives of four young lovers looking to marry, as well as a troupe of bumbling actors preparing to put on a show.