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Slideshow: Chicago Play ‘Lookingglass Alice’ at Lookingglass Theatre

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CHICAGO – This six-image slideshow is for production stills from “Lookingglass Alice,” which is a new Chicago play at the Lookingglass Theatre. Our full review of the play by critic Alissa Norby can be found here. All photo credits for this slideshow go to the Lookingglass Theatre.

  1. lookingglassalice1.jpg: Lauren Hirte as Alice in “Lookingglass Alice”
  2. lookingglassalice2.jpg: Lauren Hirte and Jesse Perez, Anthony Fleming III and Kevin Douglas as the Caterpillar
  3. lookingglassalice3.jpg: Lauren Hirte and Lawrence E. Distasi as the White Knight
  4. lookingglassalice4.jpg: Lauren Hirte and Kevin Douglas as Humpty Dumpty
  5. lookingglassalice5.jpg: Lauren Hirte
  6. lookingglassalice6.jpg: Lauren Hirte and Lawrence E. Distasi as Lewis Carroll
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