The Hastings College Department of Theatre’s SummerStage stock company is set to produce its fifth annual production with Dion Boucicault’s comedy melodrama, “The Vampire.” This classic from the 18th century tells the frightening tale of a vampire who wouldn’t die.
Hastings College Theatre brings Carry A. Nation, a radical member of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union at the beginning of the 20th Century, back to life with the premiere of “The Famous and Original Bar Room Smasher” by Jim Fritzler.
Annette Vargas, Assistant Professor of Theatre, will discuss the intersection of scenic design in various fields in the Spring 2016 Artist Lecture Series Invited Faculty Lecture. Her address, entitled “Creating Imagined Spaces: Scenic Design in Theatre, Film & Special Events,” is scheduled for Friday, March 11 at 10 a.m. in French Memorial Chapel (800 N. Turner Ave.) The event is free and open to the public.
Performances of this popular musical are set for January 28-31 in Scott Studio Theatre.
Struck twice by lightning, Violet becomes the supercharged Miss Electricity with control over all things electrical. She uses her power to attach tests and bullies, but what will all that power do to her head?
Hastings College’s Theatre Department will produce the rarely staged the show “Dinny and the Witches” by William Gibson.
Boo the villain! Cheer the hero! Throw popcorn! And learn from the travails of poor Mabel Winthrop, turned out in the cold through the nefarious dealings of a polished villain. Follow her from the farm to the evils of the big city and back to the Old Nebraska Home and a final victory over evil as the Hastings College Department of Theatre Summerstage presents “The Old Nebraska Home, or Dirty Deeds on the Little Blue: An Old-Fashioned Melodrama.”
The Hastings College Theatre Department is pleased to announce its Summerstage 2015 production - “The Old Nebraska Home or Dirty Deeds on The Little Blue.” The production is described as an old-fashioned melodrama.
If you are interested in auditioning or working on the show, please contact Jim Fritzler, Professor of Theatre, at email@example.com by April 1. Rehearsals will begin May 17 and take place on evenings and weekends.
As its final production of the 2014-2015 academic year, the Hastings College Theatre Arts Department will offer “Harvey” by Mary Chase. Students will perform at 8 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, April 30-May2 and at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 3 in Scott Studio Theatre (806 N. Turner Ave).
The Box Office opens Thursday, April 23 and will remain open Monday-Friday from noon to 5 p.m. Tickets are $8 general and $5 for seniors and non-HC students. To reserve tickets, call (402) 461-7380 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Actress/writer Victoria Libertore will debut her latest performance work at Hastings College’s Scott Studio Theatre (806 N. Turner Ave.) on Friday, February 27, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. Entitled “This is My Last Attempt At Fame,” the work may contain mature content. Tickets will be $5 and available for purchase one hour before the performance.