2012-13 SEASON GUIDE - The Rose

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2012-13 SEASON GUIDE - The Rose

2012-13 SEASON GUIDE

• Diary of a Worm, a Spider,

and a Fly

The Borrowers

• Madeline’s Christmas*

• Ticket to Toyland

• Tomás and the Library Lady

• George and Martha: Tons of Fun

• Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

• A Year in the Life of

Frog and Toad

• Joseph and the Amazing

Technicolor Dreamcoat*

*Premium Events

ROSE MEMBERS GET 28 FREE

SHOW TICKETS, PLUS OTHER

GREAT BENEFITS!

See pages 16-17

HELP SUPPORT THE ROSE RESTORATION PROJECT • SEE PAGE 18


WELCOME

To The Rose Theater

The Rose is one of the largest and most

accomplished children’s theaters in the

nation, with a reputation for top-quality

professional productions that families

can rely on for their entertainment and

educational value.

Nine great stage productions await your

family each year, and children ages 4-18

will not want to miss the opportunity to

learn acting, directing, playwriting, musical

theater, voice, dance, and more from the

same professional actors seen on stage!

Rose family members receive 28 free show

tickets, plus great discounts on premium

event shows, classes and costume rentals.

See pages 16-17 for more information.

The best way to take advantage of

everything The Rose has to offer

is to JOIN TODAY!

Stage View from The Rose Balcony


Season Guide and

Table of Contents

*Premium Events

4 Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly Sept. 7-23

5 The Borrowers Oct. 19 - Nov. 4

6 Madeline’s Christmas* Nov. 23 - Dec. 16

7 Ticket to Toyland Dec. 26-30

8 Tomás and the Library Lady Jan. 25 - Feb. 10

9 George and Martha: Tons of Fun Mar. 1-17

10 Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse Mar. 29 - Apr. 14

11 A Year in the Life of Frog and Toad Apr. 26 - May 12

12 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat* May 31 - June 16

13 The Rose Show Experience

14-15 DRAMA and BROADWAY Classes

16-17 Member Benefits and Membership Options

18 The Rose Restoration Project

19-20 Membership Order Form

21 Sponsors

The Rose Box Office

2001 Far nam Street

(402) 345-4849

www.rosetheater.org

FREE

PARKING

is available on nights and

weekends on the northwest

corner of 20th & Farnam in

the Wells Fargo employee lot.

The Box Office is open Monday through Friday

from 9 am-4:30 pm. The phones are answered from 10 am-1 pm on

performance Saturdays and Sundays.

• Tickets may be exchanged for a different date of the same title by calling the Box Office

in advance (subject to availability). A $2 per ticket fee may apply. Tickets and any/all

portions of memberships are not refundable.

• If you have special needs, please contact the Box Office in advance to ensure tickets are

available for your accommodations. Select performances, as designated on pages 4-12,

are interpreted for the hearing impaired.

The lobby opens 45 minutes prior to each performance. Seating begins 30 minutes

before curtain.

• Group rates are available for parties of 10 or more.


Diary of a Worm,

a Spider, and a Fly

Book, music, and lyrics by Joan Cushing

Adapted from the Diary of a Worm series by Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss,

© 2001 Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss

Discover the secret whimsical world of insects!

September

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

2 pm

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

2 pm

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

2 pm

30

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

1

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

BEST FOR AGES 4 AND OLDER

60 MINUTES • MUSICAL THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Sept. 7-23

Who knew it was so tough to be a bug? Join a

swarm of young crawlers on a musical journey

to discover who they are and what makes them

special. Meet worrying Worm, smart and sassy

Spider, and fearless and fun Fly as they grow up

and find their place in the world. Along the way,

you’ll learn interesting facts about the creepy

critters all around us, enjoying lots of laughs at

their unusual—and sometimes rather icky—antics!

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Sept. 15th at 2 pm.

By special arrangement with Pippin Properties, Inc. and The Susan Gurman Agency,

LLC. World premiere commissioned by Oregon Children’s Theater, Jan. 2011; Stan

Foote, Artistic Director.

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The Borrowers

Adapted by Charles Way from the books by Mary Norton

A fantastic stage production of the children’s literary classic!

BEST FOR AGES 8 AND OLDER

65 MINUTES • THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Oct. 19 - Nov. 4

Adventurous Arrietty belongs to an unusual race of

tiny folks known as The Borrowers. They live

underfoot and behind walls in the homes of

unsuspecting “human beans,” borrowing the things

they need to survive. When Arrietty encounters a

human boy on her first borrowing expedition, she

starts a chain of events that has the Borrowers

running for their lives. Based on the first two novels

in Norton’s classic children’s series, this is a

larger-than-life adventure you won’t want to miss!

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Oct. 27th at 2 pm. The 7 pm show on Saturday,

Oct. 27th is an autism-friendly performance.

First produced by the Polka Theater London.

october

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21 22 23 24 25 26 27

2 pm

28 29 30 31

2 pm

NOVEMber

7 pm

7 pm

1 2 3

7 pm

2 pm

7 PM

2 pm

7 PM

2 pm

7 pm

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2 pm

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Madeline’s Christmas

Book and lyrics by Jennifer Kirkeby

Music by Shirley Mier

Based on the story

by Ludwig Bemelmans

Join us for a “season of miracles” musical!

NOVEMBER

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18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30

2 pm

DECEMBER

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 pm

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

2 pm

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

2 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

2 pm

1

2 pm

2 pm

2 pm

BEST FOR AGES 4 AND OLDER

75 MIN w/ INTERMISSION • MUSICAL THEATER

TICKETS: $25-$20 (MEMBERS SAVE $7 PER TICKET)

Nov. 23 - Dec. 16

Everyone’s favorite schoolgirl in the bright yellow

hat is back for some festive fun in France! Madeline,

her friends, and teacher Miss Clavel are all looking

forward to the holidays. But disaster strikes:

everyone except Madeline gets the flu and can’t go

home for Christmas! Can Madeline run the house,

help everyone recover, and still find some holiday

cheer? It’s “the season of miracles” and she just

might need one! Don’t miss this Christmas charmer

based on the beloved books.

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Dec. 1st at 2 pm.

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Ticket to Toyland

Written by Karen Abbott

A magical journey to a land of childhood fantasies!

BEST FOR AGES 5 AND OLDER

55 MINUTES • THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Dec. 26-30

Enjoy a festive holiday expedition to a wondrous

place that fuels the imagination of girls and boys

everywhere: Toyland! A girl and her little brother

discover that one of their toys is alive when a magical

elf shows up with a dire message: Santa is in trouble!

The siblings and their new friends head to Toyland

to save Santa and the holiday, encountering many

challenges along the way. Will they make it in time

to save Santa and Christmas?

DECEMber

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

30 31

2 pm

4:30 pm

7 PM

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

4:30 pm

7 PM

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Dec. 29th at 2 pm.

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Tomás and the

Library Lady

Adapted by José Cruz González from the book

Tomás and the Library Lady, © 1997 by Pat Mora

The inspiring true story of Tomás Rivera!

JANUARY

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20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 30 31

2 pm

FEBRUARY

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2 pm

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

2 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

BEST FOR AGES 5 AND OLDER

55 MINUTES • THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Jan. 25 - Feb. 10

To find work in the fields, Tomás and his family

travel from Texas to Iowa, where the only home

that awaits them is a shack. And on top of that,

Tomás can’t stop dreaming about his nightmarish

teacher who demands he speak English. But his life

is changed when he meets a library lady who opens

up a wonderful new world of books. Learn how

a scared little boy became the celebrated Chicano

poet, author, and educator Tomás Rivera.

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Feb. 2nd at 2 pm.

Used by permission of Curtis Brown, Ltd. Copyright © 1997. All rights reserved.

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George and Martha:

Tons of Fun

Book, music, and lyrics by Joan Cushing

Adapted from the book series

by James Marshall

Inspired by the television series and popular books!

BEST FOR AGES 5 AND OLDER

60 MINUTES • MUSICAL THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Mar. 1-17

Hippos George and Martha may seem like opposites,

but they can’t help but have tons of fun together. But

when Martha ruins George’s painting and George

refuses to let Martha in his secret club, they stop

having tons of fun and start having tons of fights.

Can they find a way to be honest with each other and

stay friends? Find out in this hilarious musical, told

with the help of a Croc, Pig, and Dog cabaret act.

MARCH

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2 pm

2 pm

2 pm

1 2

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2 pm

7 pm

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

2 pm

7 pm

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, Mar. 9th at 2 pm. The 7 pm show on Saturday,

Mar. 9th is an autism-friendly performance.

Based on the books George and Martha, George and Martha Back in Town, George

and Martha Encore, George and Martha One Fine Day, George and Martha Rise and

Shine, George and Martha Tons of Fun, George and Martha Round and Round © 1972,

1973, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1984, and 1988 by James Marshall. Published by Houghton

Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Originally commissioned and produced by

Imagination Stage, Inc. Bethesda, MD, Janet Stanford, Artistic Director. www.rosetheater.org 9


Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

Adapted from Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse © 1996 by Kevin Henkes

Theatrical adaptation © 1998 by Kevin Kling

Performed with permission from Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishing

Based on the award-winning, bestselling picture book!

MARCH

s m t w t f s

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

31

2 pm

4:30 PM

2 pm

4:30 PM

APRIL

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

2 pm

1 2 3 4 5 6

2 pm

7 PM

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

2 pm

7 pm

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

BEST FOR AGES 4 AND OLDER

60 MINUTES • THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Mar. 29 - Apr. 14

Lilly, queen of the world, loves everything. She

loves riding her bike, wearing band-aids to make

her look tough, and her secret backwards language.

But when Lilly, used to being the brightest and

loudest mouse, has to share the spotlight with her

new baby brother Julius, she doesn’t feel so loving.

And when no one pays attention to her fabulous

new purple plastic purse, Lilly has to learn how to

share her frustrations in a way that won’t cause

disaster!

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, April 6th at 2 pm.

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A Year with Frog and Toad

Music by Robert Reale • Book and lyrics by Willie Reale

Based on the books by Arnold Lobel

Originally presented on Broadway by Bob Boyett, Adrianne Lobel,

Michael Gardner, Lawrence Horowitz, and Roy Furman

The show that brought children’s theater to Broadway!

BEST FOR AGES 4 AND OLDER

60 MINUTES • MUSICAL THEATER

TICKETS: $18 (OR FREE WITH MEMBERSHIP)

Apr. 26 - May 12

Frog and Toad are best friends, and it isn’t any wonder

why. Together, they greet spring, grow flowers,

swim, have picnics, bake cookies, rake leaves, tell

scary stories, and race down snowy hills in a sled.

Adventures big and small make up this feel-good

musical for all ages. Come join Frog, Toad, Turtle,

Mouse, Lizard, Snail, and the birds as they sing about

the best way to spend your year: with a friend.

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, May 4th at 2 pm.

A Year with Frog and Toad is presented through special arrangement with Music

Theater International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied

by MTI: 421 W. 54 St., New York, NY 10019, Ph: 212.541.4684, Fax: 212.397.4684,

www.mtishows.com.

APRIL

s m t w t f s

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

28 29 30

2 pm

MAY

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

2 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

2 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

2 pm

7 pm

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Joseph and the Amazing

Technicolor Dreamcoat

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics by Tim Rice

Featuring the irresistible music of Andrew Lloyd Webber!

MAY

s m t w t f s

26 27 28 29 30 31

JUNE

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

7 pm

2 pm

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 pm

2 pm

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

2 pm

2 pm

2 pm

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

1

BEST FOR AGES 5 AND OLDER

1 HR, 55 MIN w/ INTERMISSION • MUSICAL THEATER

TICKETS: $25-$20 (MEMBERS SAVE $7 PER TICKET)

May 31 - June 16

The favorite Biblical story of Joseph and his “Coat

of Many Colors” comes to vibrant musical life in

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s now-classic

musical! Joseph, a boy with prophetic dreams,

experiences a difficult and inspiring journey when

he is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers and

eventually becomes a revered leader of Egypt.

Featuring a delightful range of song styles, this

timeless tale of family and faith offers a moving

musical event for the whole family!

Interpretation for the hearing impaired will be offered

Saturday, June 8th at 2 pm.

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2012-2013 Season Guide


The Rose Show Experience

Post-Show Activities

Immediately following each performance,

selected actors will answer questions from

the audience and then sign autographs

on the mezzanine. Blank autograph cards

are distributed to each child upon arrival;

however, feel free to bring books or other

items for signing.

Booster Seats

Free booster seats are available for The

Rose’s youngest patrons compliments of

Target Stores. Seats are distributed on a

first come, first serve basis in the lobby.

A photo ID is required.

Open vs. Reserved Seating

The Rose offers open seating at its seven

regular season shows and reserved

seating at its two premium event shows.

Open seating means there are no seat

assignments, and patrons are free to sit

where they choose. The lobby opens

45 minutes prior to the show; the

auditorium opens 30 minutes prior to

the show.

Cry Room

Are you worried that your child might

make a fuss during the show? Don’t be.

Simply exit the auditorium and head to the

“cry room.” This noise-proof room is located

just off the lobby and offers a television

monitor for viewing the show.

Guild Boutique

Books and souvenir items related to each

show are available for purchase in the

lobby before most performances.

The boutique is sponsored by The Rose

Theater Guild and all proceeds benefit

Rose programming.

Intermissions and Concessions

Cookies, soda, and bottled water are

available for purchase during the

intermission of The Rose’s two premium

event shows. All items must be consumed

in the lobby. The Rose’s seven regular

season shows do not feature intermission

or concessions.

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Did You Know The Rose

Offers Classes, Too?

Many of the Rose actors that you see on stage are the same professionals who

teach our classes! The Rose now offers two programs of study for children in

pre-K through high school: DRAMA AT THE ROSE and BROADWAY AT THE ROSE.

Both programs are open to all skill levels and designed to inspire, enrich,

and excite your child’s theatrical education.

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DRAMA at The Rose

Acting, Improvisation,

Directing, Playwriting,

Stagecraft, Puppetry, and

Filmmaking

DRAMA AT THE ROSE classes promote

creativity and provide students with a

supportive environment for exploring

their talent and imagination. The ability

to work in ensemble and the willingness

to take risks are considered basic to the

development of finer theatrical skills. All

classes are designed to provide students

with a strong foundation in theater, as well

as a deep understanding and appreciation

for the performing arts. Many of the

classes offer performance opportunities.

Teens ‘N’ Theater

Teens can gain valuable hands-on

experience by participating in this free

program. Seven teen-only shows are

produced each year under the mentorship

of The Rose’s professional DRAMA AT THE

ROSE teaching artists.

Special Needs Classes

The Rose offers classes that are designed

specifically to meet the needs of students

with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down

syndrome, visual impairments, and

hearing impairments. Call to inquire.

REGISTER TODAY!

Call (402) 345-4849 or

go to www.rosetheater.org

for information and a

class brochure.

BROADWAY at The Rose

Musical Theater,

Vocal Instruction, Acting,

Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Pointe, Lyrical,

Dance Team, and Hip Hop

BROADWAY AT THE ROSE offers a

complete musical theater, voice, acting,

and dance training experience that is

designed to prepare students for the

stage. Technique is paramount and class

placement is based on skill level, with

classes building in complexity as students

advance. All classes end with a concert

on The Rose main stage and opportunities

for national guest artist workshops,

auditions, and competitions are offered

throughout the year.

The Rose Brigade

The Brigade performs 15-minute Glee-style

performances before select main stage

shows. BROADWAY students ages 7 to 18

may audition.

Transcendtrix Dance Co.

Transcendtrix dancers represent The Rose

at four to five regional and national

competitions each year. BROADWAY

students ages 5 to 18 may audition.

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Join The Rose

Membership is the best way to experience everything The Rose has to offer -

and at one low price. A family membership is only $95 per family, which

is a $400 savings off the price of single tickets alone!

Family Member Benefits

Free Tickets to Regular Season Shows

Family members receive four free tickets

to each of the seven regular season shows

(that’s 28 free tickets):

• Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly

The Borrowers

• Ticket to Toyland

• Tomás and the Library Lady

• George and Martha: Tons of Fun

• Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

• A Year in the Life of Frog and Toad

Note: Five and eight-ticket memberships are also

available, see “options” on page 17.

Discounts on Premium Event Shows

Members save $7 per ticket on The Rose’s

two premium event shows. Member prices

are as follows:

• Madeline’s Christmas ($18-$13)

• Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor

Dreamcoat ($18-$13)

Members who reserve tickets to the

premium event shows prior to Aug. 1, 2012

(the date tickets go on sale to the general

public) are guaranteed the best reserved

seats for their chosen show date.

Member Day 2013

Don’t miss this free day of

family fun! A date will be

announced this fall.

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Discounts on Extra Tickets

Additional tickets to the seven regular

season shows are only $10 each (max 10

per show) - an $8 discount!

Class Discounts

Members save $10 per sesssion, per

child (max. 4) on DRAMA classes. When

registering for BROADWAY classes, the

$15 annual registration fee is waived.

Discounts on Costume Rentals

Receive a 10% discount on Rose costume

rentals - even during the month of October!

Free Member Day

Join us for a free day of family fun that

includes face painting, drama workshops,

building tours, and more! Space is limited.

Reservations are taken on a first come,

first serve basis once the event date

is announced.

Family Membership

Options & Prices:

Family Membership

$95 per family

Four free tickets per regular season show.

Family + Individual Membership

$120 per family

Five free tickets per regular season show.

Double Family Membership

$190 per family

Eight free tickets per regular season show.

Renewing members receive a non-expiring

discount on memberships. Contact the

Box Office for details.

Additional Options...

Patron Membership

As a patron member, you are making it possible for

The Rose to offer free programming to children who

otherwise could not afford it. In return, you will

receive all the family member benefits listed above,

as well as four free tickets to the 2 pm performance

of Madeline’s Christmas on Nov. 24th. A reception

and backstage tour are included. Your family’s name

will also appear in The Rose’s show programs.

$300 per family ($205 tax deductible)

Capital Campaign Donor Membership

Capital campaign donor members are helping to

restore the beautiful Rose Theater for the enjoyment

of generations to come. In return, you will receive

all the benefits associated with Patron Membership.

$500 per family ($405 tax deductible)

Single Tickets

Single tickets go on sale Aug. 1, 2012. To purchase, visit the Box Office at 2001 Farnam St.,

call (402) 345-4849, or go to www.rosetheater.org. Tickets are $18 for all regular season

shows and $25 main floor/$20 balcony for the two premium event shows.

Discount ticket vouchers are available at all area Hy-Vee Food Stores.

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Help Support The Rose

Restoration Project

Eighty-five years of harsh weather have left their mark on the beautiful and historic

Rose Theater. The striking terra cotta exteriors are crumbling; the roof is decaying; and

when it rains, the building leaks - and often floods. Immediate action was needed to seal

the building and prevent further damage, so renovation commenced in April before full

funding could be secured. We need your support to complete the project. Every dollar

raised for this campaign will be put to work immediately to restore and preserve the

majestic Rose Theater for our children and all future generations.

PLEASE MAKE A DONATION TODAY

• Donate at www.rosetheater.org

• Add a donation to your balance on the membership order form

• Become a Capital Patron Member (see page 17 for details)

• Call Julie at (402) 502-4622 for large gift options

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“A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives a rose.” Chinese proverb


Membership Application

1. Member Information

This membership will be filed in our system under the

last name provided here.

Name

( ) ( )

Home Phone

Cell Phone

Email Address

Address

City State Zip

Is This

Membership

A Gift?

If yes, then please provide

the gift recipient’s name and

contact information to the

left, and place your name

below. We will include a

gift card in the membership

packet to let the recipient

know who purchased the

membership for them.

Your Name:

2. Select Your Membership

Member benefits are provided on pages 16 and 17.

Your Phone Number:

( )

Family Membership

$95 per family

This is a savings of $400 off the price

of single tickets alone!

Family + Individual Membership

$120 per family

Double Family Membership

$190 per family

Patron Membership

$300 per family ($205 tax deductible)

Capital Campaign Donor Membership

$500 per family ($405 tax deductible)

Patron Members and Capital Campaign Donor

Members will be recognized in all main stage show

programs. Please supply your family’s name below

as you would like it to appear in the programs:

3. Subtotal:

Flip to the back.

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Membership Application

4. Select Your Premium Event Shows

Members who purchase tickets to The Rose’s premium event shows receive the best available

discounts! Plus, all reservations received prior to Aug. 1, 2012 (the date tickets go on sale to the

general public) will be given priority reserved seating.

Madeline’s Christmas

Save $7 per ticket! (Reg. $25-$20)

Select a date and time from page 6:

Select your seating:

Main Floor $18 x seats = $

Balcony $13 x seats = $

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Save $7 per ticket! (Reg. $25-$20)

Select a date and time from page 12:

Select your seating:

Main Floor $18 x seats = $

Balcony $13 x seats = $

5. Total It Up

$ Subtotal this page

$ Subtotal from reverse side

$ I would like to support The Rose Restoration Project with a donation.

$ TOTAL

6. Select Your Payment Method

Cash Check Credit Card (Circle one: VISA, MC, AMEX, DISC)

Account Number:

Signature:

Exp. Date:

Membership sales are limited to the first 3,000 families to register. Tickets and memberships are

nonrefundable in part or in full. Show titles and dates are subject to change. Membership does not

guarantee seating. Reservations are required. Early reservations are encouraged as show dates

do sell out. Flexible ticket exchanges: some restrictions and fees apply. Sales tax included.

7. Mail This Form With Payment To:

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The Rose Theater - Membership Dept.

2001 Farnam Street

Omaha, NE 68102

Show reservation forms will be mailed in August along

with your member packet. If you have any questions,

please call (402) 345-4849 or email us at info@rosetheater.org.


Season Sponsor:

THANKS

FOR

YOUR

SUPPORT

Radio Sponsors:

Show Sponsors:

Additional Support Provided By:

Sherwood

Foundation

Walter & Suzanne Scott

Foundation

Grewcock

Foundation

Rose Blumkin

Performing Arts Center

Foundation

Holland

Foundation

Bob & Evelyn Veach

Foundation

Bill & Ruth Scott • CBSHOME Real Estate • Dixon Family Foundation

Gilbert M. & Martha H. Hitchcock Fund • Inavale Foundation • Lincoln Financial Group Foundation

Mammel Foundation • Mukti Fund • Northern Natural Gas • Omaha Schools Foundation

Pacific Life Foundation • Sharee & Murray Newman • Shubert Foundation • Target Stores

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2012-13 SEASON GUIDE

ROSE MEMBERS GET 28 FREE

SHOW TICKETS, PLUS OTHER

GREAT BENEFITS.

See pages 16-17

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At The Rose Theater

2001 Farnam Street

Omaha, NE 68102

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