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27 Star Starred
Citadel Theatre
West Campus Building 300 South Waukegan Road Lake Forest, IL 60045
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Deerpath Inn--great dining experience, gracious staff and ambience, and excellent food
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The weather was cold, windy. I wore sweater, others had coats.
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"How We Got On"
5 ratings
4.2 average rating
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26 events
3 reviews
10 stars
attended Sep 28 2013

Courageous move for Citadel! Finally something different and cutting edge! I urge people to check this out! The actors are incredibly accomplished and talented! This was no small feat!! Unique story and gifted writing - give it a try and open...continued

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attended Oct 03 2013

This was such a high quality production! Loved story...the acting...especially the female DJ doing the different characters. Awesome!

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10 events
2 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 10 2013

The story was great. The acting was great. It was a unique and interesting reflection of 3 characters expressing and growing in the artestry they love, hip hop. The DJ was hilarious and extraordinarily talented! Loved it. A must see for those...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“ This play is a novel, perceptive exploration of black and Hispanic teens trying to find their own voice as budding rap artists.” —Lake County News-Sun
“The opening night audience, composed of parents, grandparents and young teenagers, all sounded impressed both by this talented ensemble of young actors, as well as by the intelligent, engaging rap music they performed. The play’s appeal as an age-old tale of antagonism turned into amiability can’t be beat.” —Chicago Theatre Review


Directed by Josh Sobel

Produced by Scott Phelps

Featuring Celeste Cooper, Johnard Washington, Robert Salazar and Alexandria Miller