OmniArts Nebraska

A Performing Arts Company

Welcome to OmniArts


OmniArts is a strong and distinct presence in the community and seeks to interdependently utilize literature, visual art, music, and performance to create work that deeply explores and illuminates the issues within, as they relate to art, artists, and humanity universally.

Upcoming shows

October 14-17, 2021

The Johnny Carson Theater

Meteor Shower
by Steve Martin
Stars at Night
Cast List for Meteor Shower

We are thrilled to announce the cast of Meteor Shower! Thank you to everyone who auditioned. This show is going to be a wild ride! Hold on to your seats!

Corky, Jessie Porter

Norm, Wyll Andersen

Gerald, Tim Andersen

Laura, Megan Fangmeyer

Directed by Jason St. Sauver

August 23, 2021

Audition Notice

OmniArts Nebraska is holding auditions by appointment for our upcoming production of Meteor Shower by Steve Martin, August 16 and 17, 6-9pm at St. Paul United Methodist Church (1144 M St.).


For the audition, please prepare a 1-2 minute comedic monologue. Sides of the script will also be available for reading. To schedule an audition or for more information, please email

Callbacks may be held on August 19 and 20 if needed. Rehearsals will begin the week of August 23.

We will be taking into consideration local, state, and federal guidelines and best practices during rehearsals and performances while we all continue to be impacted by COVID-19.

August 1, 2021

Palm Trees
Cast List for Psycho Beach Party

We are totally stoked to announce the cast of Psycho Beach Party! Thank you to everyone who auditioned. This show is going to be a blast!

Yo-Yo, Brent Welch

Provoloney, Dustin Witte

Star Cat, Delani Young

Chicklet, Emma Benson

Kanaka, Jesse Eastman

Berdine, Jessie Porter

Marvel Ann, Tia Pet

Mrs. Forrest, Danny Johnson

Bettina Barnes, Megan Fangmeyer

Directed by Dustin Witte

Stage Manager, Jillian Carter

May 10, 2020

Cast Announcement

We are pleased to announce the cast of Two By Tennessee, two short plays by one of the masters of American drama, Tennessee Williams.

The Chalky White Substance by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Jillian Carter

LUKE               Christian Novotny

MARK              Max Antoine

The Traveling Companion by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Dustin Witte

VIEUX                         Randy Hawthorne

BEAU                          Kenyon Koenig

HOTEL EMPLOYEE   Christian Novotny



March 16, 2021

Thank You and Happy Holidays

The generosity of so many has allowed OmniArts Nebraska to survive the challenging times we have all experienced this year. Thank you! We were thrilled to be back at the Johnny Carson Theater in November after a nine-month hiatus with our first production of Season 9. OmniArts has never shied away from bringing you thought-provoking theater, and Burn This by Lanford Wilson was no exception.


We continue to hope for the best, and we plan to produce two more Season 9 shows in late spring and early summer, including Two by Tennessee, two short plays by Tennessee Williams, and Psycho Beach Party by Charles Busch.

The Winter season is a traditional time of drawing in and gathering together to banish the dark and the cold. May your holiday season be filled with light, warmth, and the blessing of dear loved ones, even if it is from a distance. We wish you joy, health, and inspiration in the coming year.

December 14, 2020

Lone burning match with the flame in the
Burn This Cast Announcement

OmniArts is pleased to announce the cast of Burn This, the first show of our ninth season of productions. The show will be directed by Dustin Witte, Managing Artistic Director of OmniArts Nebraska.

ANNA will be played by Sarah Zulkoski

BURTON will be played by Max Antoine

LARRY will be played by Michael Booton

PALE will be played by Jean-Paul Zuhur




September 22, 2020

New York City
Opening Season 9: Burn This

OmniArts is excited to announce the opening show of Season 9: Burn this by Lanford Wilson.


Set in a loft on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Wilson’s electrifying play shows the tension that erupts when people from very different worlds collide. The show is a penetrating exposition of four violently opposing characters that are scrambling to regain control over their lives.

The show will run from November 5-8, 2020 with four performances at the Johnny Carson Theater. Please save the dates and tickets will be available for purchase in October.

August 24, 2020