Omaha Performing Arts announces new season, with David Sedaris, Rockettes and much more

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Posted: Monday, March 31, 2014 12:00 am

A high-kicking Christmas show and the Tony Award-winning adaptation of an indie film sensation are among the highlights of the 2014-15 Omaha Performing Arts season, announced Monday during a patron event at the Holland Performing Arts Center.

The world-famous Rockettes will make their Omaha debut in “The Radio City Christmas Spectacular,” Nov. 13 through 30 at the Orpheum Theater — the first of five Broadway tours playing in Omaha for the first time. The others: a new road production of Lerner and Loewe's “Camelot,” the award-winning revival of “Pippin,” the nostalgic medley “Motown: The Musical” and “Once,” the stage adaptation of the 2006 musical film and winner of eight Tony Awards in 2012.

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