Following in the footsteps of the successful sold-out production of TADAstock, the award-winning theatrical companyTADA Productions, Inc. is proud to present the outdoor concert event Live From Lincoln’s Center starring nationally touring actor Sam Hartley.
A New York based actor, Mr. Hartley has performed in such national tours as The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Buddy in Elf the Musical and most recently as Billy Flynn in the musical Chicago. He is a Lincoln, NE native, who studied Theatre Performance at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at UNL. “I’m ecstatic to be home working with TADA on this exciting project during a time when patrons and performers
need music, perhaps now more than ever,” says Mr. Hartley.
The 90-minute outdoor concert includes a wide array of musical genres including hits from musical theatre. Mr. Hartley will be accompanied by Alicia Opoku on keyboards, Jonah Bennett on bass and Dietrich Hitt on percussion. Robert D. Rook is the show’s director, Cris Rook serves as musical director, Karen Statham as
production manager, and Bryan Watson as technical coordinator.
Live From Lincoln’s Center starring Sam Hartley will take place Friday and Saturday September 11th and 12th on the outdoor stage at The Mill at Telegraph located in the center of Lincoln at 330 S 21st Street, with gates opening at 6:00 pm to order drinks and food from The Mill with the show starting at 7:00 pm. Advance tickets are required and can be reserved for only $18.00 each at www.tadaproductions.info. Parties of six is the
maximum on one order. All individual parties that would like to sit together should make reservations under one order. All coronavirus safety measures will be in place. The rain date will be September 13th
Please see more on the TADA website.
This concert is a fund-raising event for The TADA Theatre that brings quality, affordable theatre to Lincoln and The Actor’s Fund. Through offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actor’s Fund is a national human services organization that fosters stability and resiliency and provides a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals over their lifespan.