More Fresh Faces in SAU Theatre


10/05/2018

It's that time of the year again! Time to welcome new, fresh faces to the St. Ambrose Theatre Department.

The Fresh Face Revue is a chance for first-year and transfer students to perform an act of their choice on the main stage. This year, the show will be on October 19 and will showcase the talents of ten new students and four student directors.

This is the first year in which the newly formed Theatre Appreciation Club (TAC) is orchestrating the Fresh Face Revue. After taking on this responsibility, the club decided to try a
new take on the traditional approach. The performers will be paired with a returning theatre student who will act as a student director and will offer their feedback before the fresh faces take the stage.

"My favorite part of directing for the Fresh Face Revue is being able to work firsthand with some amazing and talented first years," junior and student director T.J. Green said. "I love sharing theatre and being able to share it with people I have never met or seen perform. It is very exciting."

Students performing in the Fresh Face Revue represent a wide variety of activities and majors in addition to theatre, ranging from marching band to football. The ten multi-talented
performers are making time to rehearse their acts in preparation for the performance. It will be a night full of songs, scenes and monologues.

The Fresh Face Revue is scheduled Friday, Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m. in Allaert Auditorium. Admission is free, but donations will be taken at the door for the Theatre Appreciation Club's upcoming trip to Chicago, where they will have various theatrical experiences. Please consider coming to support and meet the new faces of the SAU Theatre Department!

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