Modern adaptation of classic satire hits the Page

Modern adaptation of classic satire hits the Page

  Previously published by the Cardinal student newspaper by Paul Schmitt, Arts & Entertainment Editor The Page Theatre underwent a Russian invasion the weekend of Nov. 7-10 with the student performance of “The Government Inspector.” The play, written in 1836...
Students complete scale model of Winona National Bank

Students complete scale model of Winona National Bank

  The tiny project was a massive feat. Five Saint Mary’s students, under the guidance of Tamara Honesty, assistant professor of scenic design, completed a scale model of the original Winona National Bank, in celebration of the building’s centennial. The...
River North Dance Chicago takes the stage Nov. 20

River North Dance Chicago takes the stage Nov. 20

  WINONA, Minn. — Celebrated for creating vital connections between dancer and audience as well as presenting gutsy and entertaining repertoire, River North Dance Chicago will combine athletic prowess and artistic perspective with bold, theatrical flair during...
Students study abroad in London

Students study abroad in London

  Previously published in the Cardinal Student Newspaper by Raquel Romo, Cardinal Staff Theatre students at Saint Mary’s University have the opportunity to learn about the arts and apply them in London for 12 weeks during the fall semester. “As a theatre major,...
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts events

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts events

  Fight Club: Stage Combat 101, Nov. 11 Have you ever felt the need to slap your scene partner?  We know how you feel. Violence is a part of the life we create on stage, and there isn’t always a fight choreographer to help. Actors and directors need to know how...