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Omaha Performing Arts is dedicated to enriching the lives of the citizens of Omaha and surrounding communities through the presentation of the finest local, national and international artistic performances. We are committed to: the stewardship and...more
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Always a pleasure to see a production there. No bad seats. Sound is incredible. Any show is a real treat especially if you've never been there. Kids will love it. Remi ds me of my first picture show at a big theater..life long memories. Go...More
OPA has such a variety of options....Broadway shows, the Omaha Symphony, kid-oriented shows, as well as comedians, soloists, National Geographic lectures...there are multiple options each week! Both the Holland and Orpheum theatres are fantastic—one ultra-modern and one perfectly classic. Prices are pretty reasonable, especially when...More
I enjoyed the last opera I attended at the Orpheum. In the past the Omaha Performing Arts has searched the entertainment world and brought the best to Omaha. I've enjoyed all the shows that I attended.
Saw the Phantom of the Opera last minute and once again they knocked it out of the park. We have seen it in CHicago and this production was every bit as good if not better.
And the THeater never ceases to amaze us. if you...More
great performance and great seats. We have been here too many times to count and every show has always been great. I believe Disney is the next performance and I can't wait. This is a historic building with beautiful architecture. I would love it for...More
If you're from out of town -- or new to Omaha -- you should check out the Orpheum Theater. The acoustics are fantastic, and the inside is a throwback to the old days of even Vaudeville. We've seen plays and concerts there, and it's a...More
There is no parking in front of the Orpheum Theatre on 16th street, so you can be dropped off there. The doors open one hour before the show so you can wait inside the lobby for your husband to park the car.