Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film: Events
At the dawn of the age of electricity, Dr. Givings tests a new apparatus to treat female "hysteria." A provocative and touching comedy that goes to the heart and intimacy and equality.
A play by Jean Paul Sartre, Directed by Clare Carl. A 1944 existentialist French play by Jean-Paul Sartre.Three damned souls, Garcin, Inès, and Estelle are brought to the same room in hell by a mysterious Valet. They had all expected medieval to
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Families never change...until they do.
Etiquette as a competitive sport.
Jane Austen's romantic masterpiece.
Winner, 2012 Frank Mosher Fiction prize. Meet over two dozen residents as they ride into the heart of Chicago.
Adam Rapp's lyrical and often funny play. A young man's journey to discover what life really means.
UNL School of Music and Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film present Leonard Bernstein's CANDIDE newly adapted by Mary Zimmerman Directed by Alisa Belflower, Conducted by Tyler Goodrich White
A play by William Shakespeare. Directed by Carrie Lee Patterson
A comedy about sadness. Directed by Joshua Waterstone
A play by David Mamet. Directed by Jonathan Hunt Sell.
A play by Steven Dietz. Directed by Carrie Lee Patterson.
By Ian Borden and Amy Williamsen. Based on Ana Caro's Valor, Agravio y Mujer. Directed by Dr. Ian Borden