DeKalb students bring plays to Trine

March 09, 2017

DeKalb High School students, from left, Jarrett Reese, Garrett Newhard and Reed Hansen perform Thursday, March 9, in Wells Theater inside Taylor Hall on the Trine University campus. The students in DeKalb High School English teacher Diedre Van Straten’s Senior Seminar class wrote one-act plays based on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Trine University students and faculty provided an audience as the students presented their plays in reader’s theater format. (Photo by Dean Orewiler)

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