The Murderous Mansion of Mr. Uno
by Don Zolidis
January 25-27

The mysterious Mr. Uno has invited six eccentric guests to his dark and stormy mansion. When Uno winds up dead (several times over), and guests begin dying mysteriously, those remaining must uncover the murderer before it's too late. A wickedly funny parody of the traditional murder mystery, with eleven possible alternate endings voted on by the audience.

Friday and Saturday, 7:00 pm - Dinner Theatre catered by Valentino’s
(Doors open at 6:00, meal served at 6:30)

Lasagne, salad, garlic bread, cookies, and pop or water.

Saturday and Sunday, 2:00 pm - Dessert Matinee
(Doors open at 1:00, desserts served at 1:30)

Tickets (Advance Ticket Sales Only, not sold at the door)
• Dinner Theatre: Adults - $20, Under age 12 - $12
• Dessert Matinee: Adults - $15, Under age 12 - $10

Click here for tickets or call JoAnn Boshart at 402-304-5392


Singer/Songwriter Series

FEB 1 - Tim Grimm
https://www.timgrimm.com/


MAR 29 - Dan Weber
http://danwebermusic.com/index.html


APR 26 - Sarah Sample
https://www.sarahsample.com/welcome/

Call Lloyd Schulz for tickets at 402-523-5025.


King's Players Annual Melodrama
”Life on the Bowery, or The Liar’s Doom!”
by Tim Kelly
February 21-23

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Thursday, Feb 21 at 7:00

Friday, Feb 22 at 7:00

Saturday, Feb 23 at 2:00 and 7:00

Reservations are required and seats go fast!
Call Rena Miller at (402)366-6368 to get your reservations today!


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.


Goehner Centennial Players Annual Melodrama
June


Missoula Children’s Theatre Summery Workshop
July 22 - 26

Registration forms will be available mid-March. Check back for details!

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