When Celeste Russell came to Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in 2016, she was fairly certain she would finish her studies with acting as her major. However, with the support of a couple of professors and an influential internship, she now has a degree that reflects more of her passion and her talent.
Saint Mary’s students are set to perform “Measure for Measure” by William Shakespeare. In addition to limited live audiences, the performance can be viewed online.
If there is a lesson Jarod Boltjes ’12 can teach all of us during these trying times, it’s the power of resilience.
Ahnika Lexvold wanted a challenge when it came to her theatre major capstone course. By setting up a workshop with area grade school students, she found both a challenge and an opportunity to share her passion for acting.
Student performances highlight weekend activities WINONA, Minn. — As many as 1,000 visitors have come to Saint Mary’s Winona Campus in celebration of Family Weekend. This year, families are welcomed Friday through Sunday, Sept. 27-29, with a full slate of activities — many of which are open to the Winona community, including music and theatre […]
The Saint Mary’s Department of Theatre and Dance and the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) will present the Dance Repertory Company in “The Nutcracker” Wednesday through Sunday, Nov. 28-Dec. 2, at the Saint Mary’s Page Theatre.
Quirky and funny, with a penchant for the dark side, Jack Walterman ’17 dreams of being the next Tim Burton. After graduating from Saint Mary’s this spring with a theatre degree, Walterman is ready for his academic sequel at one of the top film schools in the nation, the University of Southern California’s Division of […]
“The hardest thing for me is to embody these characters and make it feel believable,” he said. “Saint Mary’s helps you find out who you are. If I didn’t realize who I was, especially because I’ve been playing killers and murderers and drug dealers … I need to be able to turn the on and off switch.”