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“The Woman in Black”

“The Woman in Black”
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt; Based on the book by Susan Hill

October 21-24 at 7 pm
October 22 at 10 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
The World Theatre
2318 Central Avenue
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
In the spine-tingling thriller “The Woman in Black,” a lawyer’s obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter. He recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. The suspense builds as the two men act out the tale that took place on a dark and stormy night years ago. “The Woman in Black” has set audiences screaming for over thirty years. Presented at the World Theatre in downtown Kearney, it will send you home uncertain as to whether or not you watched a play or caught sight of a ghost yourself.

“The Woman in Black”

“The Woman in Black”
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt; Based on the book by Susan Hill

October 21-24 at 7 pm
October 22 at 10 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
The World Theatre
2318 Central Avenue
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
In the spine-tingling thriller “The Woman in Black,” a lawyer’s obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter. He recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. The suspense builds as the two men act out the tale that took place on a dark and stormy night years ago. “The Woman in Black” has set audiences screaming for over thirty years. Presented at the World Theatre in downtown Kearney, it will send you home uncertain as to whether or not you watched a play or caught sight of a ghost yourself.

“The Woman in Black”

“The Woman in Black”
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt; Based on the book by Susan Hill

October 21-24 at 7 pm
October 22 at 10 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
The World Theatre
2318 Central Avenue
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
In the spine-tingling thriller “The Woman in Black,” a lawyer’s obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter. He recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. The suspense builds as the two men act out the tale that took place on a dark and stormy night years ago. “The Woman in Black” has set audiences screaming for over thirty years. Presented at the World Theatre in downtown Kearney, it will send you home uncertain as to whether or not you watched a play or caught sight of a ghost yourself.

“The Woman in Black”

“The Woman in Black”
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt; Based on the book by Susan Hill

October 21-24 at 7 pm
October 22 at 10 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
The World Theatre
2318 Central Avenue
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
In the spine-tingling thriller “The Woman in Black,” a lawyer’s obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter. He recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. The suspense builds as the two men act out the tale that took place on a dark and stormy night years ago. “The Woman in Black” has set audiences screaming for over thirty years. Presented at the World Theatre in downtown Kearney, it will send you home uncertain as to whether or not you watched a play or caught sight of a ghost yourself.

“The Woman in Black”

“The Woman in Black”
Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt; Based on the book by Susan Hill

October 21-24 at 7 pm
October 22 at 10 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
The World Theatre
2318 Central Avenue
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
In the spine-tingling thriller “The Woman in Black,” a lawyer’s obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter. He recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. The suspense builds as the two men act out the tale that took place on a dark and stormy night years ago. “The Woman in Black” has set audiences screaming for over thirty years. Presented at the World Theatre in downtown Kearney, it will send you home uncertain as to whether or not you watched a play or caught sight of a ghost yourself.

“The Miracle Worker”

“The Miracle Worker”
By William Gibson

September 9-11 at 7 pm
September 12 at 2 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
Trails and Rails Museum
710 West 11th Street
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
Twelve-year-old Helen Keller lived in a prison of silence and darkness. Born deaf, blind, and mute, with no way to express herself or comprehend those around her, she flew into primal rages against anyone who tried to help her, fighting tooth and nail with unknowing desperation. Then Annie Sullivan came. Annie suspects that within Helen lies the potential for more, if only she can reach her. Through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness, she breaks through Helen’s walls of silence and darkness and teaches her to communicate, bringing her into the world at last. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water.” Presented at the Trails and Rails Museum in Kearney, in partnership with the Buffalo County Historical Society, “The Miracle Worker” will bring audiences into the world of Keller’s struggles, and ultimately, her victories. Based on the remarkable true story, this inspiring and unforgettable play has moved countless audiences and become an American classic.

“The Miracle Worker”

“The Miracle Worker”
By William Gibson

September 9-11 at 7 pm
September 12 at 2 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
Trails and Rails Museum
710 West 11th Street
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
Twelve-year-old Helen Keller lived in a prison of silence and darkness. Born deaf, blind, and mute, with no way to express herself or comprehend those around her, she flew into primal rages against anyone who tried to help her, fighting tooth and nail with unknowing desperation. Then Annie Sullivan came. Annie suspects that within Helen lies the potential for more, if only she can reach her. Through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness, she breaks through Helen’s walls of silence and darkness and teaches her to communicate, bringing her into the world at last. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water.” Presented at the Trails and Rails Museum in Kearney, in partnership with the Buffalo County Historical Society, “The Miracle Worker” will bring audiences into the world of Keller’s struggles, and ultimately, her victories. Based on the remarkable true story, this inspiring and unforgettable play has moved countless audiences and become an American classic.

“The Miracle Worker”

“The Miracle Worker”
By William Gibson

September 9-11 at 7 pm
September 12 at 2 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
Trails and Rails Museum
710 West 11th Street
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
Twelve-year-old Helen Keller lived in a prison of silence and darkness. Born deaf, blind, and mute, with no way to express herself or comprehend those around her, she flew into primal rages against anyone who tried to help her, fighting tooth and nail with unknowing desperation. Then Annie Sullivan came. Annie suspects that within Helen lies the potential for more, if only she can reach her. Through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness, she breaks through Helen’s walls of silence and darkness and teaches her to communicate, bringing her into the world at last. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water.” Presented at the Trails and Rails Museum in Kearney, in partnership with the Buffalo County Historical Society, “The Miracle Worker” will bring audiences into the world of Keller’s struggles, and ultimately, her victories. Based on the remarkable true story, this inspiring and unforgettable play has moved countless audiences and become an American classic.

“The Miracle Worker”

“The Miracle Worker”
By William Gibson

September 9-11 at 7 pm
September 12 at 2 pm

General Admission: Adults $20, Students $10

Location:
Trails and Rails Museum
710 West 11th Street
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
Twelve-year-old Helen Keller lived in a prison of silence and darkness. Born deaf, blind, and mute, with no way to express herself or comprehend those around her, she flew into primal rages against anyone who tried to help her, fighting tooth and nail with unknowing desperation. Then Annie Sullivan came. Annie suspects that within Helen lies the potential for more, if only she can reach her. Through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness, she breaks through Helen’s walls of silence and darkness and teaches her to communicate, bringing her into the world at last. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water.” Presented at the Trails and Rails Museum in Kearney, in partnership with the Buffalo County Historical Society, “The Miracle Worker” will bring audiences into the world of Keller’s struggles, and ultimately, her victories. Based on the remarkable true story, this inspiring and unforgettable play has moved countless audiences and become an American classic.

“Mamma Mia!”

“Mamma Mia!”
Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus

Jul. 23-24 at 7 pm
Jul. 25 at 2 pm
Jul. 27-Jul. 31 at 7 pm
Aug. 1 at 2 pm
Aug. 3-7 at 7 pm
Aug. 7 & 8 at 2 pm

Reserved Seating: Adults $25, $30, $35, Students $15, $20, $25

Location:
Merryman Performing Arts Center
225 West 22nd Street
Kearney, Nebraska

Description:
The story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship, creating an unforgettable show. On a small Greek island, Sophie dreams of a perfect wedding — one which includes her father giving her away. The problem? Sophie doesn’t know who he is! Her mother Donna, the former lead singer of the 1970s pop group Donna and the Dynamos, refuses to talk about the past, so Sophie decides to take matters into her own hands. Sneaking a peek in her mother’s old diaries, she discovers three possible fathers: Sam, Bill, and Harry. She secretly invites all three to the wedding, convinced that she’ll know her father when she sees him. But when all three turn up, it may not be as clear as she thought! See why millions of people worldwide have fallen in love with this musical sensation that is sure to leave you dancing.

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