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Kate Hamill, Nate Burger

Kate Hamill, Nate Burger
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Date:
11/17/2018
The gentlemen of Navarre—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Berowne (Nate Burger), the King (John Tufts) and Dumaine (Julian Hester)—hatch a scheme in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, Fe

The gentlemen of Navarre—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Berowne (Nate Burger), the King (John Tufts) and Dumaine (Julian Hester)—hatch a scheme in Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, directed by Marti Maraden, Fe
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Date:
02/14/2017
Rosaline (Laura Rook) finds a match in the witty Berowne (Nate Burger), as the court looks on—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Dumaine (Julian Hester), the King of Navarre (John Tufts) and the Princess of France (Jennie Greenberry)—in Chicago Shakes

Rosaline (Laura Rook) finds a match in the witty Berowne (Nate Burger), as the court looks on—Longaville (Madison Niederhauser), Dumaine (Julian Hester), the King of Navarre (John Tufts) and the Princess of France (Jennie Greenberry)—in Chicago Shakes
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Date:
02/14/2017
All disguised as a distant relation, Crispin (Cliff Saunders), Eraste (Nate Burger) and Isabelle (Emily Peterson) join Lisette (Jessie Fisher) in lamenting their plans unraveling.

All disguised as a distant relation, Crispin (Cliff Saunders), Eraste (Nate Burger) and Isabelle (Emily Peterson) join Lisette (Jessie Fisher) in lamenting their plans unraveling.
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Date:
12/04/2015
Crispin (Cliff Saunders, at center) impersonates Geronte to sign the will, witnessed by (from left to right) Scruple (Patrick Kerr), Lisette (Jessie Fisher), Eraste (Nate Burger) and Madame Argante (Linda Kimbrough).

Crispin (Cliff Saunders, at center) impersonates Geronte to sign the will, witnessed by (from left to right) Scruple (Patrick Kerr), Lisette (Jessie Fisher), Eraste (Nate Burger) and Madame Argante (Linda Kimbrough).
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Date:
12/04/2015
 
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