Emily Scott Robinson - Singer/Songwriter
October 19, 7:00 pm

With her forthcoming album Traveling Mercies, Emily Scott Robinson offers a complex, thoughtful portrait of a real itinerant artist, one who carries the lessons of her past as she searches for a hopeful future. She and her husband live full time in a motorhome and spend long stretches on the road, turning chance encounters with strangers into stirring folk meditations on the human condition.

In 2015, she won American Songwriter's May/June lyric contest for Magnolia Queen cut "Marriage Ain't the End of Being Lonely." She followed that award with two more, notching a Kerrville New Folk Winner trophy in 2016 and a Wildflower Performing Songwriter Contest win in 2017. In an early nod to Traveling Mercies, AmericanaFest announced Robinson as an Official Showcasing Artist for the 2018 lineup in Nashville this September.

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Cash bar by Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.

Tickets: $10

Call Lloyd Schulz at 402-523-5025 for tickets or purchase at the door.


Moors &  McCumber - Singers/Songwriters
November 9, 7:00 pm

James Moors and Kort McCumber grew up in different places and listening to different kinds of music – classical, rock, bluegrass, you name it. But when they met ten years ago they knew they’d found something golden. Since then, they’ve been cultivating their wide-ranging musical influences in songs that delve into love and life through haunting lyrics, soaring harmonies, and dazzling instrumental proficiency. As Grammy award-winning producer Lloyd Maines puts it, “These guys should be playing every major festival in the country. They bring it all to the stage and deliver it in a big way.”

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Cash bar by Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.

Tickets: $10

Call Lloyd Schulz at 402-523-5025 for tickets or purchase at the door.


Country Christmas Traditions
with the Kovar Brothers

November 24, 7:00 pm

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The Kovars will be launching their new show "Country Christmas Traditions” after the parade on Seward's Kickoff to Christmas weekend. Come over for a Sloppy Joe served with chips, a drink and Christmas cookies for only five bucks! Hot Dogs will also be available for purchase.

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Cash Bar by Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.

Tickets: $10

Tickets available now


December 6 - 9
Thursday & Friday, 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday, 2:00 pm

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From the bonny shores of England comes the Styckes-Upon-Thump Repertory Theatre Company, a stuffy old traveling troupe embarking on their fifteenth annual farewell tour of the Dickens' tale.  Sweet Cynthia Imbry, the general understudy, suddenly finds herself thrust onstage to perform a role she's ill-prepared for!  Bettina, the company diva, pretends to be ill, certain the production will be cancelled.  However, much to her shock and rage, the show does go on without her!  Roles are shuffled at the last minute and poor Cynthia finds herself center stage.  Mayhem ensues as this professional company scrambles to keep the show going and everything that could possibly go wrong does, to hilarious, ridiculous results!

Tickets: 

$10 advanced (reserved seating)
$12 at the door
Ages 5 and under get in for FREE!

Discount Thursday:  $8 advanced (reserved seating)

Tickets available now


A Merrie Olde Christmas with Pianist Sally Jost
December 15, 7:00 pm

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Town Crier - Ken Kloke

Arianna Bohning
Jonathan Jank
Stan Mitchell
Holly Saalfeld

Appetizers and desserts included! 
Cash Bar by Junto Wine.

Doors open at 6:00 for social hour.

Tickets:   $10

Tickets available now

 

 


Dinner Theatre - TBA
January 24-27


King's Players Annual Melodrama
February 21-23


Concordia University's Presentation of "Harvey"
March 22-24

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Harvey, a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase, is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, and his best friend, Harvey -- a pooka, who is a six-foot tall, invisible rabbit. When Elwood begins introducing Harvey around town, his embarrassed sister, Veta Louise, and her daughter, Myrtle Mae, determine to commit Elwood to a sanitarium. A mistake is made, however, and Veta is committed rather than Elwood! Eventually, the mistake is realized, and a frantic search begins for Elwood and the invisible pooka, which ends with Elwood appearing, voluntarily, at the sanitarium. In the end, however, Veta realizes that she loves her brother and his invisible his best friend just as they are, and doesn’t want either of them to change.