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In the fall of 2015 the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film began the process of organizing and digitizing materials from previous theatrical productions and significant department events, beginning with the years 2004-2014. Going forward, all future productions will be available at this location while we also continue to add items from previous years, going back to the University Theatre’s first production, George Bernard Shaw’s You Never Can Tell, in 1908. The Carson School is fortunate that many people have endeavored to preserve these historical materials since the school’s inception. Consequently, a great deal of sorting, organizing, and scanning will be needed to accomplish our goals. The addition of materials to this website will occasionally deviate from a chronological progression in order to provide outreach for alumni groups or provide resources for other areas of interest. Some files, such as reviews from The Lincoln Journal Star, are in folders with restricted access in order to honor copyright. The contents of these folders will only be available to current faculty and students or to the public by visiting the Library on campus. All production materials belonging to the department are made available for personal use only. For commercial use, please contact the Carson School at jcstf-archive@unl.edu Do you have production photos or other materials that are missing from the archive? If so, please contact us at jcstf-archive@unl.edu. Your contributions will be greatly appreciated.