2015 Season: Tickets, Shows and More!
While the Early Bird Season Ticket promotion has expired, you still have plenty of time to purchase a season package at the Lofte for a very affordable $75. That works out to be only $15 per production and it ensures you a nice evening out while you enjoy some of the best community theater in Nebraska!
The shows scheduled for this season are:
Hilda’s Yard by Norm Foster
It’s 1956 and new empty-nesters, Sam and Hilda are enjoying their time without the kids. However, in one day, they see both their son and daughter come back home. A funny look at how family dynamics never really change.
Godspell Book by John-Michael Tebelak and Music by Stephen Schwartz
The fun, modern day retelling of the Gospel According to Matthew. At times comedic and sentimental, witness as Jesus Christ recruits a group of followers and teaches his lessons through song and dance.
Proof by David Auburn
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, ‘Proof’ is the story of the brilliant daughter of an esteemed mathematician. After her father’s death, several profound calculations are found. Can she prove that the work is hers? Or is she mentally ill?
Dear Santa by Rob Frankel
Different children share their views of jolly St. Nick and answer questions about his many mysteries. The magic of Santa can transcend the boundaries of race, gender and religion.
Season extras for 2015 include the Missoula Children’s Theatre production, “Sleeping Beauty.” If you enjoy NPR’s “Prairie Home Companion” with Garrison Keillor, you’re sure to love, “Plains Folk: A Lofte Home Companion.” Written and performed by some of the Lofte’s most talented alumni, it takes place on March 28. Spring is in the air this April 24-26 and the Lofte will showcase three performances of the beloved play, “Love Letters.” Comedy improv is alive and well in Cass County as we present, “Whose Lofte is it Anyway?” on June 20.
Your season flyers will be mailed in February. Select the shows, dates and seats on the order form and mail it to the box office. If you don’t happen to receive a season flyer, fear not! We always make the flyer available on our website, or you can call the box office staff and request that one be mailed to you.