Theatre Department

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.

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.

Theatre Major Finds Solace on Stage Following Houston Hurricane

When the curtain opens on Nebraska Wesleyan University’s production of “Mamma Mia”, it will mark Adelaide Daniel’s first major role. 

Actress Ready to Perform Shakespeare Following London Study Abroad Experience

Long hours. Endless work. Tough criticism — experiences a budding Nebraska Wesleyan University actress from Juneau, Alaska, takes seriously.

Study Abroad Experiences Inspire Student’s Show at World Theatre Festival

Her love for theatre, travel and humanity followed her 1,500 miles to Nebraska Wesleyan University, where she will graduate in May with a theatre degree and experiences in 14 countries.

Three Passions - Three Majors: Sophomore Says Support Helps Him Balance

Nebraska Wesleyan University sophomore Eric Kimberly discovered his love for theatre in high school. So it was no surprise when he decided to major in theatre in college.

Nebraska Wesleyan to Open “Boeing Boeing”

One of the world’s most performed French plays opens at Nebraska Wesleyan University on September 29.

Cabaret Weekend Features Sock Hop Theme

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Theatre Department will kick off its cabaret season with a sock hop.

Senior Combines Love of Theatre, Physics for Research in Acoustical Engineering

Seeking to find a way to combine both academic interests, Brill discovered the field of vocal acoustics.

An Early Start: New Students Perform in First Theatre Production

It’s not unlikely that the students performing in the theatre season opener, “The Wedding Singer,” had a few butterflies on opening night.