It’s almost spring here in Omaha. Here’s what I’m working on right now:
This week I begin performances of Nebraskaland – one of the Metro Tours with the Omaha Theater Company. This one explores the history of Nebraska for fourth grade audiences. I play a slew of famous Nebraskans.
In a few weeks, Pride Players 15 will be opening in the Hitchcock Theater. Pride Players is part of the Rose’s Teens ‘N’ Theater program. It’s a devised piece were the teen performers create scenes and monologues about issues facing LGBTQ youth in our community. This year’s cast is a passionate group who have been coming up with great material – I’m excited for them to share with an audience! We open April 3 – more information here.
I’m also in rehearsals as director of Farmer Brown’s Surprise Birthday Party, Omaha Theater Company’s newest Metro Tour. I’m having a great time exploring this interactive piece for Pre-K audiences. The actors will begin touring on May 2.