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Theatre Season 2022-2023

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The Bomb-itty
of Errors

by Jordan Allen-Dutton, Jason Catalano, Gregory J. QaiyumJeffrey QaiyumErik Weiner

Directed by Mr. Mozes

Performed in the Studio Theatre this past August

The Bomb-itty of Errors is a fast-paced, energetic, musical "add-rap-tation" of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors. Elizabethan times get pumped up with live hip-hop flavor in this hilarious, award-winning show.  A comedy about two sets of twins looking for their missing connection, BOMB-ITTY is a modern retelling of this classic play. 

This play is intended for people age 13 and above. It contains mild language and crude humor.


by Sinclair Lewis

Adapted by

Tony Taccone and Bennet Cohen

Directed by Mr. Mozes

Performed in the Clarence Johnson Auditorium this past October

What happens when an elected president becomes a dictator? In a world of economic distress, the brink of a recession, curtailing of women’s and minorities’ rights, increased nationalism, and racism, Sinclair Lewis’ dark satire written in 1935 presents a dark cautionary tale to the American people. This play explores the what if and what could be. Dark, dramatic, with moments of comedy and clarity, this play is a piece of history worth re-examining today.

One Act Festival

Performed in the Studio Theatre this past November

The Winter One Acts is the perfect time for underclassmen and people new to the theatre to get involved in acting and crew. These low-pressure, short, 10-minute shows provide students the opportunity to work and collaborate with upperclassmen directors to put on an amazing performance.

The Student-Directed Winter One Acts will feature seven different 10 minute plays directed by students Vee Barlin, Ash Chavez, Leah Costello, Natasha Fugate, Rebecca Helsdon, Morgan Lally, and Zoe Petro. Come enjoy murder mysteries, aliens, knights and kings, shenanigans in an elevator, and much more! 


teen edition

Directed by Mr. Mozes

Performed in the Clarence Johnson Auditorium this past March

This jazzy musical is set during the 1920s and tells the satirical story of two vaudevillian murderesses.  Nightclub sensation Velma Kelly and our not-so-innocent Roxie Hart land themselves in prison for murder and are both going to be represented by Chicago’s slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn.  Neither of the women are willing to back down in their fight for fame and fortune.  Through jazz, vaudeville, and dance, Chicago explores how far people will go to come out on top.

The Importance of Being Earnest

Performed in the Studio Theatre this past May

Directed by Ms. Clark

DGN Theatre is proud to present this year's Spring Play, "The Importance of Being Earnest" which tells the hilarious story of four young lovers, and their impetuous engagements. 


Oscar Wilde's infamous farce will delight you with its endlessly clever language, and charming characters. See the show this May 4th. 5th & 6th at 7 PM, in The Studio Theatre, room 248. Tickets are free for DGN students, so make sure to reserve your seats in advance!

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