A Night of Dancing with the Leo Lonnie Polka Duo
November 11, 7:00 pm

Doors open at 6:00 pm with cash bar provided by Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.
Meats, cheese, jams, and breads plus desserts included in the ticket price!

Tickets  $12 in Advance or $15 at the Door.

Click here to buy tickets on-line, or contact JoAnn Boshart at 402-304-5392.


Concordia University PRESENTS . . .

Concordia IMPROVables - November 14, 7:30 pm



The Concordia IMPROVables is a campus organization at Concordia University in Seward, which specializes in Improvisational Theatre. Throughout the school year, the IMPROVables put on multiple shows for the CUNE community and do a few shows each year at Olde Glory Theatre!  



Moors and McCumber - November 18, 7:00 PM

Doors open at 6:00 pm
Light snacks provided. 

Cash bar by
Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.


For tickets, contact Lloyd Schulz  
at 402-641-5525 or 402-523-5025.

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.”



A Visit from St. Nicholas or The Night Before Christmas
by Lowell Swortzell
December 7-8, 7:00 pm
December 9-10, 2:00 pm


On Christmas Eve, 1822, Clement Clarke Moore's house is not as quiet as a mouse—in fact, everyone is stirring. The three children await the arrival of St. Nicholas. Mother and Father arise thinking they hear intruders. Cousin Harriet enlists the children to copy the poem their father has just written for them,
which she hopes to have published for all

young people to enjoy. But Father, as a distinguished professor who fears being known as a poet for children, burns the poem so it can never leave the house. At first heartbroken, the children unite to save the poem for posterity by improvising it through a riotous enactment. How they convince their father that his verses should be shared with children everywhere brings about the hilarious, happy ending.

The show begins with music by students of the Marble Music Studio followed by a short intermission before the play begins.  

Tickets: $10 in Advance (reserved seating) or $12 at the Door
                      Ages 5 and under get in for FREE!

Opening Night Special on Thursday: $8 in Advance (reserved seating)

Click Here to buy tickets on-line or call JoAnn Boshart at 402-304-5392.



Sally Jost, December 16, 7:00 pm

Since her childhood on a Bennet, Nebraska farm, Sally Jost has been a performer – in one form or another – her entire life. She first found music just across her quiet country road, where a neighbor offered lessons and the beginnings of a fulfilling life at the piano.

As a pianist, Sally has performed extensively in Seward, Lincoln and the surrounding area, as well as accompanying performing groups for the Seward Junior and Senior High schools, and teaching at Concordia University.

Sally has planned another wonderful lineup for her 5th Christmas Show at Olde Glory.  Performers include:

Jonathan Jank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  soloist
Cabriolet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ladies quartette  from Lexington Nebraska area
Stan Mitchell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . guitar and soloist
Ken Kloke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Christmas readings
Xander Foulk, student of Jim Krutz . . . . . . . . . . . . the little drummer boy

Appetizers and dessert included in ticket price.  
Cash bar provided by Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.

Tickets: $10 in Advance (reserved seating) or $12 at the Door

Click here to buy tickets on-line or call JoAnn Boshart at 402-304-5392.


Director, Bryan Moore, PRESENTS . . .

Interactive Murder Mystery - January 19-21, 2018



Paul Siebert Variety Show - January 28, 3:00 PM

Paul Siebert

Purveyor of acoustic-based family entertainment to the Midwest and central Nebraska for over 30 years. With a repertoire of hundreds of songs, his experience in live performance from living history events, concert stage, singer-songwriting, classrooms to retirement living- all ages seem to be at home with Paul’s inviting charisma.
From his early days, Paul Siebert has emerged as one of the Midwest’s most respected and loved folk singers.  As an instrumentalist, he is a master of several traditional instruments, including the hammer dulcimer.  His songwriting and showmanship creates an atmosphere that envelopes you in the music and draws you away to a simpler, lighter place. Laughing and joking, playing around, taking requests, bringing out a funny hat for an old western tune, things never get boring at a Paul Siebert show.







Made possible with the support of the
Nebraska Arts Council and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.

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Katie Dahl - February 10

Singer-songwriter Katie Dahl has performed her original songs everywhere from the dusty cliffs of Mali, to the winding canals of southern France, to the cedar forests of the American northwoods. Though she’s particularly well-respected on her home turf of Door County, Wisconsin, Katie tours regularly and has earned accolades nationwide for the depth and power of her alto voice, the literate candor of her songs, and the easy humor of her live performances. In 2015, Katie’s song “Crowns” hit #1 on the Folk-DJ charts, and she was selected for Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s prestigious Emerging Artists Showcase. Katie is also a playwright whose musical Victory Farm premiered to high acclaim in 2012 and has since been made into a live cast album. Karen Impola of Iowa Public Radio says, “Katie Dahl’s music combines a love for her rural midwestern roots, a droll wit, and a clear-eyed appraisal of modern life, all served up in a voice as rich as cream.”

King's Players Annual Melodrama - February


concordia university PRESENTs . . .

Student Written and Directed Play - "Older Days"
March 23-25



Emily Scott Robinson - April 7

With a clear, sweet voice, Emily Scott Robinson will leave you breathless with songs that are both heart-wrenching and dark, playful and surprising.  She writes with raw lyrical power and authenticity, enchanting audiences with an intimate performance every time.

In 2016, Emily won the Grassy Hill New Folk competition at Kerrville Folk Festival. She also received an Honorable Mention in the 2016 Telluride Troubadour Contest.  In 2015, she won first place in the “American Songwriter” May/June Lyric Contest, as well as an Honorable Mention in the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase.

Emily released her debut album, “Magnolia Queen,” in February 2016. She is currently touring full time, living on the road with her husband in their motorhome, writing and performing across the country.


Goehner Centennial Players Annual Melodrama - June