Johnny Carson School's Nebraska Masquers to open Haunted House
Nebraska Masquers, a Recognized Student Organization within the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, will open their annual haunted house, Temple of Terror, on October 28th. UNL’s Temple Building, located at 12th and R streets, will open its doors to all who dare to enter October 28th – 30th, 7pm – 1am. The main entrance will be located on 12th street, directly across from the Lied Center.
Individual tickets for Temple of Terror are $5. Group tickets for groups of 5 or more are $3. All tickets will be sold at the door.Temple of Terror, featuring actors and technicians from within the Carson School, takes its guests on a journey through Temple Building’s third floor where more than bumps and dark shadows can be found in the night. Featuring designs by David Tousley and David Michael Fox (Production), Sarah Resch and Travis Triplett (Lighting), Joe Shea and Lucas Dunwoody (Sound) Kenna Smith (Graphics), the collaborative efforts of more than 50 JCSTF students, and produced by Nebraska Masquers, Temple of Terror is sure to send terrified chills down your spine.
For more information about Temple of Terror, contact Nebraska Masquer’s Vice President, Savannah Kurtz, at email@example.com.
Nebraska Masquers is a Recognized Student Organization within the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film that fundraises and sponsors events for theater students throughout the school year.
Nebraska Masquers is sponsored by the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film. The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film is in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts.