Theatre Department

Students Team with NYC Composers for New NWU Theatre Production, "Fresh Voices"

The bright lights of New York City — darkened by the pandemic — will be felt on Nebraska Wesleyan U

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NWU Grad Didn't Let Obstacles Stand in Way of Degree

Connor Standridge vividly remembers that winter day when he first toured Nebraska Wesleyan Universi

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Playwriting Class Helps Children Make Sense of Pandemic

Like other NWU professors, Rebecca Boesen found herself in unfamiliar territory when she was asked

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Theatre Professor Named Faculty Mentor of the Year

A Nebraska Wesleyan University theatre professor has been

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OnStage Blog Ranks NWU Theatre Among Nation’s Best

OnStage Blog, a popular theatre website known for ranking college-level theatre programs nationwide, has recognized two of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s theatre programs among the best in the country.

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NWU Receives $1 Million for Theatre Renovation Project

A $1 million grant has raised the curtain on Nebraska Wes

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Musical Theatre Major Balances “Newsies” With National Performance Opportunity

It’s a balancing act.

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With Deafness a Central Issue of the Play “Tribes,” Theatre Students Embrace Challenge of Learning Sign Language

Last year when Anna Sell studied abroad in London she made a visit to a local bookstore where she skimmed through plays hoping to find inspiration for the play she would direct the following year.

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Bright Lights, Big City Leads to Big Experiences for NWU Theatre Students

It comes as no surprise that the bright lights of Broadway intrigued a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University theatre students to spend their spring break in the Big Apple.

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Meet Hamlet: NWU’s Prince of Denmark is a Woman of Infinite Zest

Natalia Spengler isn’t interested in likely stories. Give her a tale that twists. Make it vast. Have it kink and kick and contradict. That’s when you know you have something.

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