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OmniArts Nebraska is opening its 2015 season with a production
of The Sunset Limited by Pulitzer prize-winning author, Cormac McCarthy, February 18-21 at 7:30pm, at the Johnny Carson Theater
at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
The Sunset Limited, a “novel in
dramatic form,” and Winner of the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, involves only two
nameless characters, designated "White” and "Black". The action takes place in Black's run-down, tenement
apartment. Black is an ex-convict and an evangelical Christian. White is an atheist and a professor. They discuss the
meaning of human suffering, the existence of God, and the propriety of White's attempted suicide.
This production features OmniArts co-founders and directors,
Daniel Kubert and Dustin Witte in the roles of Black and White, respectively. This is an exciting opportunity for Kubert
and Witte, since in the previous three seasons OmniArts has produced, the two have not acted opposite each other in a play
of this scale. The production is managed by Bret Olsen.
OmniArts FlexPasses will be accepted at this production, and will be available for purchase.
The Sunset Limited is presented without an intermission.
Tickets: $16 for General
Admission and $12 for students and seniors. Call (402) 474-5745 or email email@example.com for tickets and information.
Lincoln Journal Star July 2012
"OmniArts nebraska is dedicated to enriching
and fostering creativity in the community through workshops, the
creation of original work, and shining fresh light on classic and contemporary plays and musicals. Through collaboration,
and by focusing our 35 years of collective professional experience with literature, music, visual art, and all forms
of performance toward a unified purpose we acknowledge and celebrate the diverse elements that unite our communities and
create a miraculous whole." D & D
"OmniArts fills the Johnny Carson Theatre with imaginative staging and
an array of talent in voice, dance and acting..."
Hahn, Lincoln Journal Star
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