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April 3, 2015
 
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Adelphi Theatre Students Perform a New Musical

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The students of the Department of Theatre perform in a new musical, Hopper,  written by Adelphi University Department of English Associate Professor and award winning Off-Broadway playwright Anton Dudley, with music and lyrics by popular singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke and directed by Department of Theatre Associate Professor Maggie Lally.

 

Read the full L&M Publications article.

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