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2014 Winter One-Act Festival

North Park University

Multiple Dates

Chicago, IL

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"Something Lost, Something Gained"

The Winter One-Act Festival features original plays written, directed, designed, and performed by students at North Park University. 7 shows titled 10,000 Cigarettes, A word by?, Credo, Foreplay at the Hands of Politicians, Fishing, To Have and To Hold, and Mis-Shakes will be perfromed nightly beginning Wednesday, February 26th, and run through Saturday, March 1st. All performances will be held in North Park University's Lecture Hall Auditorium (LHA), each night beginning at 8:00pm. 

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Tickets for all performances cost $5. We advise you reserve tickets online by selecting the "will call" option and pay at the door (cash only, please). Please arrive 15 minutes early to assist our box office and ushers; will call tickets will be held until 10 minutes prior to the show.

For your convenience, you may also purchase your ticket(s) online; processing fees apply.

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Where



North Park University
Lecture Hall Auditorium

3225 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625

Organizer

North Park University

Located in Chicago, North Park University is a Christian comprehensive university that serves nearly 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students from around the country and the world. Within a diverse, close-knit, urban community, North Park offers a values-based education to students through 40 undergraduate majors and an adult degree-completion program, as well as graduate and continuing education in business, nonprofit management, nursing, education, music, and theology. By integrating faith with learning — as it has done since its founding in 1891 by the Evangelical Covenant Church — North Park University continues to focus on the important task of preparing students for lives of significance and service.

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