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March 24th, 2023

Rose Theater Offers Wide Variety of Education Opportunities

The Rose Theater encourages community youth to build up their performing abilities by providing a wide variety of education programs.

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March 24th, 2023

Opera Omaha Presents The Amusing ‘Marriage of Figaro’

Baritone Sidney Outlaw is very excited to come to Omaha for the first time to play the role of Figaro in Opera Omaha’s big production, The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart, which is one of the most frequently performed operas around the world.

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March 22nd, 2023

‘Godspell’ A Broadway-Like Production of Resonance

Résonance is a professional vocal ensemble based in Omaha and they are celebrating their tenth season with dazzling productions.

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March 21st, 2023

Omaha Business Owner Shares Passion with Community

An Omaha business owner had a vision to share his passion with the community, and it is quite unique: vintage arcade games. 

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March 17th, 2023

Omaha Performing Arts Montly Updates

Omaha Performing Arts continue with a variety of events in Omaha.

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March 13th, 2023

Ming Toy Gallery (Part Two)

Ming Toy Gallery, formerly the little gallery, is back in Downtown Benson. A local artist has her first exhibition and was inspired by the rural roads of Nebraska.

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March 10th, 2023

Ming Toy Gallery (Part One)

Ming Toy Gallery, formerly the little gallery, is back in Downtown Benson. The co-owner tells us her story.

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March 8th, 2023

“Omaha Performing Arts’ More Than Entertainment

The opening of “The steel house” will expand and diversify the type of events in the community, and many in Omaha are looking forward to it.
Even more, behind the Curtains, OPA has significant educational and outreach programs. Aaron Gregory is a community engagement specialist for OPA.

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March 7th, 2023

Nebraska Community Theater has a Unique Design

A group of theater enthusiasts had the vision to create a space for the community to come together and enjoy shows. When it came to the location, space was limited, so they had to get innovated when it came to finding the theater a proper home.

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