Calendar
Nov
2
Thursday
Theatre Production: Eurydice
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

In Sarah Ruhl's modern reimagining of the classic Greek myth, we follow Eurydice as she tumbles into the Underworld. Along the way, she encounters an eccentric cast of loved ones lost. What would you be willing to risk for one more look at the people you love? 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
3
Friday
Theatre Production: Eurydice
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

In Sarah Ruhl's modern reimagining of the classic Greek myth, we follow Eurydice as she tumbles into the Underworld. Along the way, she encounters an eccentric cast of loved ones lost. What would you be willing to risk for one more look at the people you love? 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
4
Saturday
Theatre Production: Eurydice
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

In Sarah Ruhl's modern reimagining of the classic Greek myth, we follow Eurydice as she tumbles into the Underworld. Along the way, she encounters an eccentric cast of loved ones lost. What would you be willing to risk for one more look at the people you love? 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
5
Sunday
Theatre Production: Eurydice
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

In Sarah Ruhl's modern reimagining of the classic Greek myth, we follow Eurydice as she tumbles into the Underworld. Along the way, she encounters an eccentric cast of loved ones lost. What would you be willing to risk for one more look at the people you love? 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
5
Sunday
Old. New. Borrowed. Blue: Lincoln Civic Orchestra Concert
Time: 4:00pm
Location: O’Donnell Auditorium, Vance D. Rogers Center for Fine Arts

No Charge – Open to public

The Lincoln Civic Orchestra play a varied repertoire for their Fall concert themed, “Old. New. Borrowed. Blue.” They take the show downtown on November 18 to perform as part of the annual Nebraska Music Education Association Conference.

Nov
8
Wednesday
We the People: NWU Symphonic Band and Jazz Band Concert
Time: 7:00pm
Location: O’Donnell Auditorium, Vance D. Rogers Center for Fine Arts

No Charge – Open to public

The NWU Symphonic Band performs works with roots in American, South American, and British folk music. The Jazz Band plays recognizable standards along with other music from the American vernacular.

Nov
9
Thursday
Master of Social Work Information Session
Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: Virtual meeting

Toni Jensen, director of the MSW program leads this interactive Zoom session. Learn how Nebraska’s only evening MSW program prepares you to help clients integrate the impact of trauma in their lives.  Register for MSW event.

Nov
12
Sunday
Opera Scenes
Time: 3:00pm
Location: O’Donnell Auditorium, Vance D. Rogers Center for Fine Arts

No Charge – Open to public

Join the Opera Workshop Class as we take a trip Into the Operaverse! The class will be presenting short scenes and arias from representative works from the beginning of Opera History through the 20th Century.  The performance will be accompanied by Dr. FeiFei Jiang.

Nov
14
Tuesday
NWU International Film Series
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Olin B Lecture Hall

My Life as a Zucchini (Switzerland, 2016, Drama/Animation 70 min., PG-13)

After losing his mother, a young boy is sent to an orphanage with other orphans his age where he begins to learn the meaning of trust and true love.

View trailer

Nov
15
Wednesday
Master of Science in Nursing Information Session
Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: Virtual meeting

Learn how the online MSN and online MSN/MBA programs can prepare you for expanded roles in nursing leadership, nursing education and health care business. Brittney Fritziger (pictured), the director of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s MSN program, leads this interactive Zoom session. Register for MSN event.

Nov
16
Thursday
Theatre Production: The Nerd
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

A brave stranger saved Willum Cubbert's life in Vietnam. What could be cooler than finally getting to meet him and pay his respects? It doesn't take long for Willum to realize: Even root canals are cooler than The Nerd. 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit 

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
17
Friday
Theatre Production: The Nerd
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

A brave stranger saved Willum Cubbert's life in Vietnam. What could be cooler than finally getting to meet him and pay his respects? It doesn't take long for Willum to realize: Even root canals are cooler than The Nerd. 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit 

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
18
Saturday
Theatre Production: The Nerd
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

A brave stranger saved Willum Cubbert's life in Vietnam. What could be cooler than finally getting to meet him and pay his respects? It doesn't take long for Willum to realize: Even root canals are cooler than The Nerd. 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit 

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
19
Sunday
Theatre Production: The Nerd
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Miller Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

A brave stranger saved Willum Cubbert's life in Vietnam. What could be cooler than finally getting to meet him and pay his respects? It doesn't take long for Willum to realize: Even root canals are cooler than The Nerd. 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit 

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season

Nov
30
Thursday
Theatre Production: Elf the Musical
Time: 7:30pm
Location: McDonald Theatre (N. 51st St. & Huntington Ave.)

Where on earth does Buddy belong? Raised by elves, his spirit is sweeter than syrup. But his toymaking is ... very human. Buddy slides into an icy quest to find his biological father. Sure, he might struggle to fit in. But in this musical based on the 2003 hit holiday film, misfits are the largest family of all. 

For more information about the show and ticketing, please visit

http://s.joaofranco.net/theatre/current-season