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Upcoming Lied Center Events

OmniArts presents: Agnes of God

OmniArts presents: Agnes of God

OmniArts is pleased to be presenting this powerful drama that intelligently explores questions of religion and psychology.  Conceived as a “play of the mind,” Agnes of God, by John Pielmeier, was a hit on Broadway and later on film.  Summoned to a convent, Dr....
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LFCM - Spektral String Quartet

LFCM - Spektral String Quartet

Spektral Quartet will call upon their virtuoso skills in a crossover performance of conversations between works by Ravel. Glass and Brahms with those of Augusta Read Thomas, Sam Pluta, Arthur Russell and Tomeka Reid. Doors open at 6:00 pm for drinks and appetizers. Vega, 350...
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ASCAP Staged Reading: GUMBO

ASCAP Staged Reading: GUMBO

Staged reading performance of new musical GUMBO:Book and Lyrics by Christina QuintanaMusic by Brett Macias GUMBO takes a fantastical approach to the retelling of Hurricane Katrina, intersected with the overarching theme of rebuilding. There will be a 50 minutes s...
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ASCAP: Broadway at the Lied featuring the music of Stephen Bray

ASCAP: Broadway at the Lied featuring the music of Stephen Bray

Stephen Bray will host an unforgettable evening of Broadway and pop music on the Lied Center stage featuring top Nebraska talent performing his Tony and GRAMMY Award-winning music. Enjoy this thrilling FREE concert showcasing songs from the Broadway musical The Color Purple...
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ASCAP Staged Reading: DUST AND SHADOW

ASCAP Staged Reading: DUST AND SHADOW

Staged reading performance of new musical DUST AND SHADOW:Book by Kasey MarinoLyrics by Dustin SullivanMusic by Jonathan Reid Gealt DUST AND SHADOW puts Sherlock Holmes on the case of Jack the Ripper. There will be a 50 minutes staged reading directed by Alisa B...
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LSO: Joshua Bell & Bruch

LSO: Joshua Bell & Bruch

World-renowned violinist Joshua Bell joins LSO for this season-opening performance. The evening begins with Mendelssohn’s sprightly Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, depicting the magical aura and dancing fairies of Shakespeare’s play, followed by Schumann’s eq...
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The B-52s

The B-52s

The world’s greatest party band is coming to the Lied Center! After selling over 20 million albums, there is no doubt as to why they remain one of rock music’s most beloved and enduring bands. Come enjoy classic songs like “Rock Lobster,” “Love Shack” and “Dead...
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Nebraska Repertory Theatre: Abigail/1702

Nebraska Repertory Theatre: Abigail/1702

Ten years after The Crucible’s infamous seductress, Abigail Williams, danced with the devil in Salem, darkness returns. As she cares for a young sailor on the brink of death, a mysterious stranger from Abigail’s past catches up with her, sending her on one final, suspens...
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Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah

Host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, comedian Trevor Noah makes his Lied Center debut with a hilarious evening of comedy fresh on the heels of his latest stand-up special Afraid of the Dark. One of the world’s brightest comedic masterminds, Noah was the first South A...
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E.N. Thompson Forum: Mark Blyth

E.N. Thompson Forum: Mark Blyth

“Why People Vote for Those Who Work Against Their Best Interests” Are there a higher set of drivers in the global economy than we commonly pay attention to? Is the election of Donald Trump really just one part of a much larger, global pattern of events that is still un...
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