SINCE 1968, NEBRASKA REP
Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the state's only professional regional theater, serves the region by producing critically acclaimed productions by both emerging and established playwrights.
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Celebrate The Rep's 50th year! Every show of our season explores a major moment in human history--from An Act of God, to Mother Courage, Hair, The Spirit of '68, and Dutchman. Join us and Celebrate.buy a season pass
Our Critics and Audience Agree... Nebraska Rep is Theatre.
With phenomenal acting, superb ambiance and sharp directing, the Nebraska Repertory Theatre's production of "Dutchman" creates a show that demands attention, as it attempts to expose the fallacies of American decorum and the present tension of institutionalized racism.Johnna Sisneros | The Daily Nebraskan
First and foremost, loads of praise are due to the two lead actors, Eugene H. Russell IV as Clay and Emily Raine Blythe as Lula. Their exceptionally strong performances make this play work. [...] These are bravura performances, full of courage and apt choices. In particular, the pure physicality of Blythe's acting is squirmingly good.Julia Doerr | Appearing Locally
Everything!! Kind, caring and professional staff, a beautiful and versatile space and very gifted artists to help shape and tell the stories. Definitely check it out if you haven't already!Moira J Mangiameli | Facebook Reviews
In the end, you root for [Clay] to straighten his tie, reopen his book and forget he ever met the stunning -- and albeit broken --redhead. If only life featured do-overs. That said, the ending to this train ride, while not enjoyable, has to be experienced, absorbed -- and then discussed.Pat Sangimino | Lincoln Journal Star