Tagged: theater

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More Performing Arts

The performing arts in Lincoln continue to grow—chamber music, jazz, ballet, comedy. Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1927, Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents inspiring programs that encourage the Lincoln community to discover and cultivate a deep personal connection with live symphonic...

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The Show Must Go On!

by Julie Hagemeier As the Queen song states “The Show Must Go On!” even if life deals the Lincoln theatre community what seems like insurmountable challenges. In the middle of March 2020, Lincoln’s theatre calendars abruptly stopped. Productions were postponed...

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Even more performing arts

by Rayna Collins The performing arts in Lincoln continue to grow—chamber music, jazz, ballet, comedy.  Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1927, Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents inspiring programs that encourage the Lincoln community to discover and cultivate a deep personal connection...

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Pinewood Bowl rocks on

by Sriyani Tidball Under the stars and moon and surrounded by tall pine trees is a magical place in Lincoln. Pinewood Bowl, the open-air concert venue at the center of the lush, wooded Pioneers Park, is one of Lincoln’s premiere...

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Music and Diversions

Discovering Nights Out in Lincoln by Cynthia Peterson Nightlife (noun): the activity of people seeking nighttime diversion, as at a nightclub, theater, or the like. Also, the entertainment available to them. (from Dictionary.com) For many, nightlife means music.  “We’re fortunate...

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Summer Theatre 2020

World premieres to classics by Julie Hagemeier Summer 2020 offers Lincoln theater lovers plays written by local playwrights, retellings of classics including Shakespeare, Cole Porter and Jerry Herman, and world premieres. Summer in Lincoln is filled with performing arts from...

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Rococo Theatre

Located in the historic Stuart Building in the heart of downtown Lincoln, the Rococo Theatre is an elegant and unique venue for concerts, parties, weddings and other events. The Rococo opened in 1929 as the Stuart Theatre presenting movies and...