Go Beyond the Show with post-show discussions following Enron. These discussions give audiences opportunities to discuss themes and subjects within a production with experts and community partners. They are free and open to the public and immediately follow a show.
Business Ethics and Enron: A community conversation
Facilitated by Amy Rodie
Sunday, Aug. 17 and Sunday, Aug. 24 following the matinee productions of Lucy Prebble's play Enron.
Amy R. Rodie, Ph.D.
James R. Schumacher Chair of Ethics
Professor of Marketing
of Nebraska at Omaha
Rodie teaches a business ethics course to business majors, and students study
what went wrong at Enron. She also teaches Principles of Marketing, Consumer
Behavior and Marketing Service Products. Amy has served as associate dean of UNO’s College of Business
Administration and teaches in many of the executive education programs offered
by UNO’s College of Business Administration.
She has been awarded UNO’s Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award and the
College of Business Administration Dean’s Citation for Excellence in Teaching.
Enron Talk Back
Friday, Aug. 29
Join Enron's cast and crew to learn about the production process of the show.
To purchase tickets to Enron or for more information, visit the OCP Box Office, call (402) 553-0800 or click here.
Go Beyond the Show is a series of patron enrichment events that take a deeper look into the work that we produce on our stages.