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‘Brooklyn Bridge’ elevates children’s theater by taking its audience seriously

‘Brooklyn Bridge’ elevates children’s theater by taking its audience seriously

Jessica Grekowicz, Contributing Writer January 20, 2020

The DePaul Theater School showcased the production of “Brooklyn Bridge” on Saturday, Dec. 18, presented by Chicago Playworks for Families and Young Audiences. “Brooklyn Bridge” starts its tale...

Cast members chat during the dress rehearsal for Honey Girls at the Theatre School. The show officially opens on May 17 and will end its run on May 26.

Honey Girls: A deeply personal student production at DePaul

Stacey Sheridan, Contributing Writer May 13, 2019

Starting in 2004, The Theatre School at DePaul University selects one student-written play to be produced, staged and performed for audiences at the end of May. This season of the New Playwright Series,...

Tumultuous times? Try Tibetan thought-control

Tumultuous times? Try Tibetan thought-control

Timothy Duke October 2, 2017

As political strife, disastrous storms and a seemingly constant stream of military conflicts chip away at the hope of many people across the globe, a growing desire for a new way to find optimism and peace...

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DePaul Theatre prepares for “Augusta and Noble”

Garret Neal September 25, 2017

In the Theatre School, students are bringing back to life the show “Augusta and Noble” about a young girl named Gabi starting life at a new school while her parents grapple with keeping their status...

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