Some Enchanted Evening To Open At The TADA Theatre

TADA Productions, Inc. proudly presents Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein, opening at the award-winning TADA Theatre on March 28 at 7:30 pm.

Some Enchanted Evening is a celebration of the greatest team of songwriters to ever collaborate, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Granted to TADA by the R&H company, this new musical tribute, featuring clever arrangements, includes tunes from The Sound of Music, The King and I, Cinderella, Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, State Fair and more! Hear songs from many shows all in one night!

The talented five-member cast is led by William Shomos. Shomos is the Richard H. Larson Distinguished Professor of Music (Voice) and Director of Opera at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Shomos returns to TADA after having played the title role in Sweeney Todd as well as Don Quixote in Man Of La Mancha. Both roles he played opposite TADA’s musical director Cris Rook, who is also in the cast along with Jon Gathje, Catherine Bobst and Emily Haack.

Some Enchanted Evening is directed by Robert D. Rook, musical direction by Cris Rook, accompaniment by Alicia Opoku, scenic painting by Dustin Witte and technical coordination by Bryan Watson. The production is sponsored by Ameritas, Legacy Retirement Communities and Union Bank and Trust.

If you go: Some Enchanted Evening is on stage at The TADA Theatre at 701 P Street in Lincoln, Nebraska’s Historic Haymarket March 28-April 7 with 7:30 pm curtain times Thursday-Saturday and 2:00 pm on Sundays. Reservations are encouraged by going on-line at TADA’s phone number is 402-438-TADA (8232). All tickets start at $20.00. The TADA Theatre also offers V.I.P. reserved parking on show dates in the West Depot parking lot for its patrons. For details contact The TADA Theatre box office.

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