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David Eigenberg
Saturday, April 22th at 10:00am
The Station, 100 S. Racine Ave

Eigenberg is best know for his long-running role as Steve Brady on the HBO sit-com, Sex and the City, and for his role as a firefighter, Christopher Herrmann, on NBC’s Chicago Fire.  His stage talents have also been showcased in the past on Broadway and, locally, at Victory Gardens Theatre. Join him on April 22 for his appearance as a Celebrity Reader for Chicago Children’s Theatre. He will be reading Sparky by Jenny Offill and Chris Appelhans as well as The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers.

Participation is FREE, but space is limited and we ask that you preregister.

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