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REVIEW: ‘Mean Girls: The Musical’ not as good as the movie but still a must-see

REVIEW: 'Mean Girls: The Musical' not as good as the movie but still a must-see

Lauren Coates, Contributing Writer

January 26, 2020

“Mean Girls: The Musical” is finishing its Chicago leg of its nationwide tour this weekend. Just days after the announcement that “Mean Girls: The Musical” would be turned into a film (a sort of reverse adaptation, given that the musical itself is based on a film of the same name). As most m...

Navigating Chicago’s art scene

The Chicago Theatre, which is sometimes called the “Wonder Theatre of the World,” has hosted some of the world’s greatest performers, from Duke Ellington to Robin Williams.

Chinyere Ibeh and Keira Wingate

September 23, 2019

For many, the start of a new school year can mean lots of stress. But when living in a city as exciting as Chicago, you’ll soon learn there’s more to be excited about than stressed. As you settle into the school year, here’s what you should know about the arts scene at DePaul and in Chicago. ...

DePaul alum writes, directs ‘chilling’ play

DePaul alum writes, directs 'chilling' play

Ella Lee, Arts & Life Editor

August 21, 2019

In a darkly humorous and politically charged take on the “zombie apocalypse” trope, DePaul alumnus Patrick Radke places six entirely average people center stage to survive the end days in his new 90-minute play, “Just Chilling.” The show, which took Radke four months to write and six actors...

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