BLUEBARN THEATRE presents
First, he created the universe. Then, he conquered Broadway. Now, he descends upon Omaha.
An Act of God
by David Javerbaum
November 23rd -December 16th, 2018
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm
Sunday 11/25 & 12/2 at 6pm | 12/16 at 2:00pm
Wednesday 12/5 and 12/12 at 7:30pm
About the play:
The supreme being Himself finally returns, and just in time for the holidays!
In this hilariously holy limited engagement, God graces the BLUEBARN stage
along with his angels, Michael and Gabriel.
He’ll answer the eternal questions. He’ll set the divine record straight.
He’s got ten new commandments… and He’s got jokes.
About the production:
An Act of God features Ablan Roblin, Theresa Sindelar, and Raydell Cordell III. Directed by Susan Clement-Toberer, with dramaturgy by Barry Carman, costume design by Georgiann Regan, scenic design by Martin Marchitto, sound design by Bill Kirby, lighting design by Homero Vela, projection design by Bill Grennan, wing design by Halsey Onstage, and properties by Amy Reiner.
The production is generously sponsored by Omaha Steaks.
Tickets: General Admission ($35) and Senior ($30) tickets are available via our website at www.bluebarn.org. Educator, Military, and BLUCrew tickets are available through the box office (402) 345-1576. For more information, visit: www.bluebarn.org/tickets/
“The Giving HeARTS Tree” Campaign
It’s the 11th anniversary of BLUEBARN’s holiday partnership with ENOA (the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging). Ornaments bearing the names of local elders in need will be on sale on the Giving HeARTS Tree located in the lobby. Become an elf for the elderly. Proceeds go directly to fulfilling holiday gift needs for seniors in the community.
“Interview with a Heathen…er, Humanist”
December 2nd, Post-Show
It’s God vs. the godless, following our Sunday 6pm performance of An Act of God. In partnership with Omaha Metro Area Humanists Association, God (Ablan Roblin) interrogates Bill Newman, founder of O.M.A.H.A. What the hell is humanism?
How dare these humanists come up with their own ten commandments? The ingratitude! The sacrilege! Just joshing…join us for a lovely conversation on ethics and community outside of religious faith.