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P.O. Box 84935
Lincoln, NE 68501-4935
402-473-2897

2013 SEASON
**Note** While The Swan Theatre undergoes restoration, Flatwater Shakespeare will perform in alternate venues.

For more information, visit our blog - flatwatershakespeare.blogspot.com!

 
 
Ado Poster

FREE ADMISSION

All show times are 7:00pm

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Shakespeare's comedy of lovers who refuse to believe in love. The Flatwater Shakespeare Comedy is set in the 1980s -- think "Love is a Battlefield" and stars Lincoln favorites Brad Boesen and Sasha Dobson as the crossed up lovers.

June 6-9 & 12-16 — LCF Gardens (15th and N St.)
June 20 — Henry Park (44th and Prescott)
June 21 — Havelock Park (64th and Ballard)
June 22 — Densmore Park (6761 S. 14th)
June 23 — Irvingdale Park (20th and Van Dorn)
June 27 & 28 — Wyuka Pond (36th and O St.)
June 29 — Belmont (12th and Judson)
June 30 — Bethany (65th and Vine)

 
 
Godot Poster WAITING FOR GODOT

Samuel Beckett's masterpiece of two men waiting for the something that never comes. Are they comedic tramps or have they fallen from grace during a lifetime of waiting? Beckett's play is considered a major work of theatrical genius tapping into existential angst by way of Vaudevillian Comedy.

This production is done in collaboration with The Crooked Codpiece Company and the two tramps are played by CCT's founders Tom Crew and Patrick Lambrecht. Other roles are played by Flatwater talents, Dick Nielsen and Andy Dillehay.

At the Haymarket Theatre Sept 26, 27, 28 and 29 and October 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Performances at 7:30 weekdays and Saturday.
Sunday performances at 2 PM.

For reservations, call 402-473-2897.



Flatwater productions would not have been possible without the support of the following orgranizations:

Nebraska Arts Council
Dillon Foundation
Woods Charitable Foundation
Assurity Security Group
Cooper Foundation
Lincoln Arts Council
Nebraska Humanities Council