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‘Godspell’ is on Stage April 19-28 at Lewis University’s Philip Lynch Theatre in Romeoville
Published: March 14, 2024.
Lewis University Philip Lynch Theatre presents “Godspell” (2012), a moving production that shares Jesus' powerful messages of love, kindness, and tolerance. “Godspell” (2012), conceived by John-Michael Tebelak will have performances on April 19-21 [MORE

Lewis University's College of Humanities, Fine Arts, and Communications (CoHFAC) to Host 2024 Kickback
Published: March 2, 2024.
Lewis University invites the community and alumni to experience its College of Humanities, Fine Arts, and Communications (CoHFAC) at the first  2024 CoHFAC Kickback. The evening of celebration, entertainment, and recognition is on March 22 at the [MORE

Lewis University Philip Lynch Theatre Presents Ike Holter’s ‘EXIT STRATEGY’
Published: January 29, 2024.
“Exit Strategy,” by Ike Holter, will have performances on February 16-18 and February 22-25 at Lewis University’s Philip Lynch Theatre in Romeoville. This play is recommended for ages 13 and older. The first weekend performances are at 7:30 p.m. [MORE

Lewis University Philip Lynch Theatre Presents Michael Green’s 'Four Plays for Coarse Actors'
Published: October 20, 2023.
“Four Plays for Coarse Actors,” written by Michael Green, will be performed on November 17-19 and November 30- December 3 at Lewis University's Philip Lynch Theatre in Romeoville. On the first weekend, performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and [MORE

Lewis University Philip Lynch Theatre Presents Cummins and Scoullar’s 'The Little Prince'
Published: September 22, 2023.
“The Little Prince,” adapted for the stage by Rick Cummins and John Scoullar, will have performances on October 13-15 and October 19-22 at Lewis University's Philip Lynch Theatre in Romeoville. This play is recommended for all ages. The first weekend performances [MORE

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