Lied Center for Performing Arts
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|Address||12th and R Streets|
|Owner||University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Type||Performing arts center|
|Capacity||Main Stage: 2,258
Carson Theater: 250
The Lied Center for Performing Arts is a performing arts facility located in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States that opened in 1990. Part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, it is used for events such as orchestra, theatre, and speakers.
The Center consists of 5 separate areas:
- Main Stage, with 2,210 seats, is the main performance facility.
- Steinhart Room
- Carson Theater
- The Parker Lobby and The Cooper Lobby.
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