Dante Hall Theater & JRL Productions Present Musical, DULA as Part of New Workshop Series
Galloway, N.J. - Stockton University’s Dante Hall Theater in conjunction with JRL Productions presents DULA, a new theatrical production detailing the first nationally publicized crime of passion in American history at 8 p.m. Friday Aug. 18 and Saturday Aug. 19 at Dante Hall Theater, 14 N. Mississippi Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401.
The production dates back to the year 1865. While the Civil War was over, but conflict in many Southern towns had not ended. DULA tells the story of one man, remembered as a hero, a criminal and a legend.
DULA showcases the talents of Paul Elliott, Jeanie Cunningham, Rosemary R. Selah and Susan J. West. It is the first play in the New News Workshop Series, presented by Dante Hall and JRL Productions. The series aims to showcase three to five new works each year from local playwrights as well as previously unproduced works.
Tickets for the show are $10 for the general public and $8 for Stockton Students. To purchase tickets or for more information, contact the Box Office at Dante Hall Theater at (609) 626-3890 or visit stockton.edu/dantehall.
About Dante Hall Theater of Stockton University
Historic Dante Hall Theater, with only 220 seats is an intimate performance space and the only free-standing professional performing arts venue in Atlantic City, where every show feels like a private party. Built in 1926, Dante Hall was restored in 2003 with the promise of renewing the tradition of serving Atlantic City and surrounding communities as a home for the performing arts. In 2011, Dante Hall partnered with Stockton University and together they aim to strengthen New Jersey’s efforts of restoring Atlantic City to a cultural and family destination.