Monday | Sep 28, 2009


Opera Omaha’s all-new website went live last week just in time for the first mainstage production, Pagliacci. Starting the week of October 5th, you’ll be able to follow the rehearsal process with Blog entries from our cast and artistic staff. Get ready and get your tickets; you don’t want to miss Pagliacci!

Pagliacci Fri | Oct 16 | 7:30 pm
[Buy tickets] Sun | Oct 18 | 2:00 pm

Tuesday | Aug 11, 2009

Barbecü to Burgers – the culinary side of Opera

Das Barbecü was a blast! Our cast and band did a fabulous job!

If you missed the BBQ – you still have time to get to Burgers & Bordeaux. The Opera Omaha Guild’s Burgers & Bordeaux is the perfect end of the summer event. Five top area chefs compete in a Best Burger throw down and you get to taste samples of each entry. Appetizers and desserts are also included with adult tickets. Amazing wine selections from Hans Fahden Vineyard, Goosecross Cellars, and other wineries will be available for $5 per glass and includes a souvenir wine glass. Family activities will be available to entertain kids of all ages. Cast your vote for your favorite or just enjoy a delicious summer event with friends and family.

Tickets available by call the Opera Omaha Box Office at (402) 346-7372 or online

Burgers & Bordeaux – An Opera Omaha Guild Event

Sunday, August 30, 2009 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location: Sunset Valley Country Club 93rd & Arbor Streets

Adults: $35 Adv, $40 at door

Selected Wines: $5

Kids (12 & under): $5 – hot dog & chips

Tuesday | Jul 14, 2009

Das Barbecu

Hey You All!
You’re invited to attend Opera Omaha’s Das Barbecü on Friday, July 24. Part of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild About Omaha Weekend, this production and other events are free and open to the public. Performed on the Bow Truss outside The KANEKO [1111 Jones Street], the three performances begin at 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 pm.
Das Barbecü is based on the four epic operas written by Richard Wagner in the late 1800’s. These works, known as The Ring of the Nibelung, are considered by many to be the ultimate operatic saga and to experience the entire series you would need to devote over 17 hours of your time. Luckily, our story brilliantly sums it all up in a little over an hour.

You Put Country Western Music in My Opera – two great styles go together. Das Barbecü is a country western spoof of Wagner’s Ring Cycle showcasing the talent of six local actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters with music style ranging from Broadway to Texas swing and from jazz to country two-step.

BBQ, beer and dessert will be available for purchase with our Das Barbecü; complimentary bottled water will be provided. You won’t want to miss this irreverent, slightly risqué, old-fashioned musical that is fun for everyone.

Tuesday | Jun 23, 2009

Burgers & Bordeaux

The Opera Omaha Guild adds more sizzle to the summer cook out tradition.

Get ready for a day of family fun, delicious grilled creations and fabulous wines at the Guild’s Burgers & Bordeaux on Sunday, August 30, 2009. Five top area chefs compete in a gourmet burger throw down. Putting a new twist on a classic summer grilling tradition, samples of each of the gourmet creations will be served along with amazing wines. Special guest Karen Fahden will pour wines from Hans Fahden Vineyards. Wines selections also will come from Goosecross Cellars and other wineries. Celebrity judges will determine the “Best Grilled Burger in Omaha”. Family activities will be available to entertain kids of all ages.

Sunday, August 30, 2009 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location: Sunset Valley Country Club 91st & Arbor Street
Adults: $35 Adv, $40 at door
Selected Wines: $5 (includes one souvenir wine glass)
Kids (12 & under): $5 – hot dogs & chips

For tickets or more information contact the Opera Omaha Box Office at or (402) 346-7372.

Wednesday | Jun 10, 2009

Opera for Kids Workshops

Opera Omaha enters the world of summer workshops! Opera for Kids is a fun and interactive week-long camp aimed at upper elementary and middle school aged children (those entering 3rd -8th grade). The Opera for Kids workshops will run August 3-7, 2009 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Morning sessions center on acting, dancing and singing, while afternoon sessions touch on the history, poetry and musical interpretation of children’s operas such as this season’s Brundibar. Parents and family are invited to attend the “Friday Finale” – a free noontime presentation of classic opera scenes performed by the students. For more information or to register contact Opera Omaha at or at 402-346-7372.



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