The Right Now and A Look Ahead 👀: March 18, 2021 NewsletterMar 18, 2021 09:44AM ● By Megan Bartholomew
Logan Mize and Jill Martin, Thursday March 18:
Friday’s show may be sold out, but you can still get tickets for country power couple Jill Martin and Logan Mize’s Thursday night show at The Waiting Room Lounge. The pair often perform onstage together, and if you’re lucky you may catch them bringing their little ones up to harmonize as well. Omaha was fortunate to get two whole evenings of the duo on their tour across the eastern U.S., so take advantage and enjoy this family act. Get your tickets here now.
Fully Committed, Friday, March 19 to Sunday, April 11:
Omaha Community Playhouse is back in full force with yet another local performance. Fully Committed, a play by Becky Mode, features a single actor playing 40 larger-than-life characters. In Omaha Community Playhouse’s rendition, Josh Peyton plays Sam, a struggling New York actor who mans the reservation line for the hottest restaurant in NYC, one that its head chef says is “fully committed” three months out. Sam hopes for a callback to kick off his career as he takes calls from celebrities, socialites, and everyday Joes who are gunning for the trendiest table in town. Get tickets here!
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, Friday, March 19 to Sunday, April 25:
When you’re The Pigeon, you never get to do anything! But if you’re a family in Omaha, you get to see The Pigeon star in his very own musical production. Starring a unique mix of actors, puppets, songs, and feathers, Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Musical) was written by the beloved book’s author, Mo Willems, alongside Disney Junior’s Muppet Babies executive producer, Mr. Warburton. Head to The Rose Theater March 19-April 25 to help the Bus Driver keep the passengers on time, and whatever you do–DON’T let The Pigeon Drive the Bus! Purchase your tickets here now.
Omaha Fashion Week, Monday, March 22 to Sunday, March 28:
Omaha Fashion Week is going all virtual this season to maintain safe social distancing. The events kick off next Monday, with a social media takeover by Omaha’s most promising newcomers in fashion. Teams of designers from Nebraska high schools will be showing off their fashion projects and interests on the Omaha Fashion Week Instagram from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tune in at omahafashionweek.com for details of participating groups, and to sign up if you have a group that would like to present. Find the full schedule here.
Event times and details may change. Check with venue or event organizer to confirm.