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Omaha Performing Arts announces the return of Broadway with the 21/22 Season

Feb 16, 2021, 12:20 PM by Kelly Bartnick

21.22 O-pa Broadway Season

Return engagements of HAMILTON and WICKED plus Tony Award winning productions of HADESTOWN and DEAR EVAN HANSEN  included in the newly scheduled line - up. 

Omaha Performing Arts (O-pa) announces six Tony®-nominated Broadway musicals, including the return of HAMILTON, will make a stop at Omaha’s Orpheum Theater during O-pa’s 21/22 Broadway season.  

Beginning in September 2021, the season includes CATS, HAMILTON, DEAR EVAN HANSEN, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, MEAN GIRLS and the 2019 Tony Award-winning Best Musical HADESTOWN. Subscribers will also have first access to special engagements of WICKED and ANASTASIA. 

“We have been working closely with our Broadway colleagues as touring shows plan for a safe return to theaters across the country this fall.   We’re bringing a spectacular Broadway season back to Omaha and appreciate our audiences’ patience.  We can’t wait to see these shows and our fans again!” said Omaha Performing Arts President Joan Squires. 

 

Broadway Performance Schedule includes:

CATS
September 28 – October 3, 2021 

HAMILTON
October 26 – November 14, 2021
 
DEAR EVAN HANSEN
December 28, 2021 – January 2, 2022
 
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
February 8-13, 2022
 
MEAN GIRLS
March 8-13, 2022
 
HADESTOWN
March 29 – April 3, 2022
 
WICKED
April 27 – May 15, 2022
 
ANASTASIA
June 7 – 12, 2022

 New season packages are now on sale at TicketOmaha.com.  Current subscribers will receive the new season with the six-show package, including HAMILTON.  They also have the option to add on two special engagements.  Ticket Omaha has contacted subscribers with their season information details and individual performance tickets will go on sale later.  More information is available at TicketOmaha.com and O-pa.org and in the Ticket Omaha app. 

These engagements replace all previously announced Broadway dates and performances. O-pa is working to bring other previously scheduled shows to Omaha in future seasons. 

The safety of patrons, artists, volunteers and staff is O-pa’s top priority. Those attending performances will find safety changes at both the Orpheum and Holland, and O-pa will continue working with health officials as state and federal health guidelines evolve. Find the most updated information about sanitation practices and audience safety procedures at opa.org/covid-precautions. 

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