NWU Theatre Box Office
The box office opens August 21. Services will be available Monday-Friday, 3-5 p.m. when classes are in session and one hour before performances.
theatre [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (theatre[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)
Elder Theatre Center
51st Street and Huntington Avenue
- Each person must have an individual ticket.
- Tickets may be exchanged for a another performance within the 2023–2024 season if arranged with 24-hour notice.
- All sales are final.
- Sales tax will be added to each purchase.
- Seating begins one half hour prior to the performance. Late seating is not guaranteed.
- Seating in McDonald Theatre is reserved. All other venues use general seating.
- Your presence at a performance constitutes your consent to be photographed or recorded for promotional use by NWU.
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This season you’ll enjoy dramatically different dramas, hit musicals, Shakespeare and more. We are grateful for your continued support of NWU Theatre!
In close families, no emotion runs deeper than love—except maybe for hate. Passions young and old, hot and cold, clash in the greatest tragic love story ever told.
Fearless telephone operators in World War I played an essential role in wartime communications. They were also overlooked heroes in the fight for gender equity. Rediscover their stories in this new musical about joy in service, love in humanity and growth in society.
If laughter is the best medicine, Neil Simon prescribes us a powerful dose of Chekhov. This play’s writer/narrator deals with his writer’s block by hopping from story to story in Chekhov’s colorful medicine cabinet.
The snowed-in setting of this countryside guesthouse could’ve been the stuff of Christmas carols. But this is Agatha Christie we’re talking about, and there’s a killer on the loose. This spine-tingling whodunnit has run for a record-setting 70 years and counting in London.
A Midwestern school district doesn’t want the spectacle of a school dance open to same-sex dates. So they cancel the prom. Spectacle arrives anyway in the form of some fading Broadway stars hungry for a publicity bump as they advocate for inclusive student participation. Who will have the last dance?