Summer Theatre Continues With "Three Days of Rain"
Nebraska Wesleyan University's free summer theatre productions continue in July with "Three Days of Rain."
In this play, Walker and his sister Nan meet in an unoccupied studio in lower Manhattan in 1995. Walker, having disappeared the day after his father's funeral, has taken up residence in this apartment where once his father Ned Janeway and business partner, Theo Wexler, had lived and worked designing the famous "Janeway House". Nan and Walker's childhood friend Pip (the son of Theo) meets with them after the reading of Ned's Will, where it is revealed that Ned's children did not inherit "Janeway House", it instead was left to Pip.
The production was performed on Broadway in 2006 when actress Julia Roberts made her stage debut.
“Three Days of Rain” will be performed July 12-14 at 7:30 p.m. and July 15 at 2 p.m. in Miller Theatre, located at 51st and Huntington Ave. For questions, call 402.465.2389.
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