CommUNITY Connections, The Rose Theater’s outreach program, makes theater activities available to Omaha-area children and families who have not traditionally had access to the theater arts. We believe that theater can be a critical component of the healing process for under-resourced, traumatized or system-involved young people. Thanks to our generous supporters, CommUNITY Connections programming is offered free or at reduced rates to organizational and individual participants.
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See a Show! (Groups & Individuals)
At The Rose Theater, we believe everyone deserves the chance to experience the magic of theater! Through our CommUNITY Connections program, we offer opportunities including:
• ROSE FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS
• ROSE FAMILY NIGHTS
• PAY WHAT YOU CAN
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Take a Class or Camp!
Come take a class at The Rose! The Rose offers full and partial scholarships to qualifying students for programs including DRAMA at The Rose, BROADWAY at the Rose and summer camps. Whether you’re interested in acting, dancing, voice, musical theater or creative drama, we have a class for you! No matter if you are ready for Broadway or are stepping on stage for the first time, we want to help you shine.
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Teens 'N' Theater
Teens ‘N’ Theater provides teens opportunities to roll up their sleeves and get active in the world of theater. The Rose produces several teens-only shows each season, where teen participants are given opportunities to act, direct, write, design and stage manage.
Teens ‘N’ Theater also helps instill strong, positive self-esteem, commitment and responsibility in young people through role modeling, all while helping them develop skills in performance, playwriting, directing and technical support.
Students perform fresh, thought-provoking work at The Rose’s Hitchcock Theater, including productions by the Young, Gifted, & Black troupe (focusing on issues of racial equality) and The Pride Players (LGBTQ issues).
There is no cost to participate in Teens ‘N’ Theater, and the program is open to all interested students ages 13-18.