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      November 10, 2019

      Sunday   4:00 PM (on various days)

      2423 North 24th Street
      Omaha, Nebraska 68110

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      Tell Martha Not to Moan

      The Union for Contemporary Art's Performing Arts Collective presents: Tell Martha Not to Moan, a new play written by Clinnesha D. Sibley and directed by Kathy Tyree. The play takes place in a family home in Detroit in 2007. As the presidential election campaign plays out on the national stage and the 40th commemoration of the Detroit Riot is marked, a series of memories takes us on a unique and personal journey with a devoted and desolate elderly couple. With compelling dialogue and complex relationships, Tell Martha Not to Moan is a glimpse into the changing world as viewed from one African American home. A reading of this play was presented on the mainstage at the 6th annual Great Plains Theatre Conference. TICKET LEVELS The Union is committed to bringing thought-provoking works to the North Omaha community and supporting the livelihood of all theatre professionals contributing their talent to this production. Your support through ticket sales helps make this possible.   General Admission:$20 Theatre patrons are also invited to show their support for live theatre in North Omaha by purchasing a ticket at one of the three donor levels listed below. This support helps The Union meet its commitment to financially supporting Omaha-area actors and theatre professionals working in this production. (The donated amount beyond the value of the ticket is 100% tax-deductible.) All donors will be listed as a supporter in the production playbill. Contributing Level:$50 = Secure one General Admission ticket and provide $30 of support to the Performing Arts program. Supporting Level:$75 = Secure one General Admission ticket and provide $55 of support to the Performing Arts program. Sustaining Level:$100 = Secure one General Admission ticket and provide $80 of support to the Performing Arts program.  **Please enter through the doors on the northwest corner of The Union for refreshments before the performance. **Due to the intimate size of The Union's theater, and out of respect to both the actors and other theatre patrons, ticket-holders must be in their seat promptly at the showtime listed. No late seating will be allowed. All Sales are final. No Refunds. Exchanges can be made for another performance based on ticket availability. You can contact us at (402) 933-3161 or visit The Union box office.  The Union's 2019 + 2020 Performing Arts seasons are proudly supported by the Douglas County Visitor Improvement Fund Grant Award. 

      Categories: Performing Arts

      This event repeats on various days: Nov 21, Nov 22, Nov 23

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