Concordia alumnus directs local play

Concordia alumnus directs local play

Concordia 2012 alumnus Christopher Damlo has been named assistant director of the Tin Roof Theatre’s upcoming production of Abby Man’s “The Judgment at Nuremberg.” The play is based upon the […]

 

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