A recently renovated 317 seat proscenium theatre named for UNL Theatre founder H. Alice Howell. It is located on the first floor of the Temple Building, 12th & R.
A new, state of the art 160-200 seat flexible black box theatre and sound stage located on the first floor of the Temple Building, 12th & R.
A 120-200 seat black box theatre located on the third floor of the Temple Building, 12th & R.
Film & New Media Facilities
The equipment room, or "Stockroom" is located in the Ross-Van Brunt building and provides storage and check-out of lighting, sound and camera equipment. Large film gear is stored in "The Cage", a secured space in the Temple building.
The Film & New Media Program at UNL has a full compliment of video and film equipment including:
- ProTools Digi003 audio recording and editing suite
- Avid and Final Cut Studio picture editing suites
- Sync and non-sync film cameras, light meters, lenses, filters and accessories
- High Definition video cameras, HD monitors, matte boxes, tripod and accessories
- A variety of professional tungsten lighting fixtures and light kits
- KinoFlo lighting packages
- HMI instruments from 575 to 2000 watts
- 6x6 frame with silk, griffolyn and stands; reflectors and green screens
- Assorted grip gear, gels, nets and flags
- Two complete dolly packages, track, skate wheels and 8' Kessler crane
- Glidecam 2000 with vest and arm
- Digital audio recorders, mixers, time code slate, microphone packages (wired and wireless) and accessories
- Honda generator and electrical distribution
Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
The new media arts center features two screens, state-of-the-art technology, a research library and film storage archive, offices, and a concessions stand. In it, we are able to show everything from silent movies to the most recent technologies, the new electronic (digital) cinema, and everything in between.
Seating 236, this theatre features a comprehensive repertoire of currently released American Independent Film and films from aboard, seven days a week, 3 shows nightly, with matinees on Saturdays and Sundays. It is so named in recognition of a generous donation to the University for this New Facility by the Cooper Foundation.
Seating 106, this theatre is used for a variety of purposes. In it we program more esoteric fare, significant works that deserve to be screened but that don't attract larger audiences: documentaries, experimental film and video, the classics.
Lied Center for Performing Arts
A 2200 seat, state of the art performing arts center located at 301 N. 12th Street.
A 216 seat flexible black box theatre located on the west side of the Lied Center for Performing Arts, 11th & R.