Mother Courage

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Mother Courage

Follow the fortunes of Mother Courage and her three children as they strive to make a living during the madness of war. In this new adaptation of the classic play, the drama unfolds during the height of the American Civil War. While Mother Courage profits from the spoils of war, she faces the ultimate sacrifice in this epic masterpiece of struggle and survival.

This performance is also available for purchase as part of a Nebraska Repertory Season package. Rep Season packages can be purchased at the Lied Box Office by calling 402-472-4747.

NOTE: this is a rental event presented by an outside organization. The Lied Center has limited control over ticketing policies and discounts for rental events.
Location: 
Howell Theatre

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