Sept 21, 2014-June 6, 2015, Witherspoon Theater/ Holland Performing Arts Center. Includes: Schubert, Vivaldi. Ginastera; Tchaikovsky's 4th Symphony; Broadway's Best of the Midwest; Mahler's Resurrection Symphony; Andrew Lloyd Webber Requiem; Christmas Spectacular; Bach: More or Less; N Lights Festival; Shostakovich's 1st Symphony; Vivaldi's 4 Seasons; Beethoven+Brahms
November 28 - December 21, 2014, at the BlueBarn Theatre, 614 South 11th. Hilarious characters in this fast, fond, and furious look at the holiday traditions we all remember, and a few we'd like to forget! From Tiny Tim to the Grinch, from Frosty to It's a Wonderful Life, nothing is spared in this rollicking tour de farce!
December 6, 2014, 8pm, at the Tip Top Ballroom, 1502 Cuming St, Omaha. Dancing, dessert, silent auction. Music by Lemon Fresh Day. Senator Sara Howard. $60 general admission to benefit the Nebraska AIDS Project.
December 13-14, 2014, 7pm SAT, 4pm SUN, at First United Methodist Church, 7020 Cass Street, Omaha. Celebrating their 31st Anniversary Season with a fun-filled "Holidays With a Twist" concert; holiday cheer and good wishes with the joyful voices of the chorus. Tickets: $15. Students; Groups of Ten or more: $10.
May 19-24, 2015. International Gay Bowling Organization 35th Annual Conference and Bowling Tournament. Two bowling houses, Maplewood Lanes (3030 N. 101st St.) and West Lanes (151 N. 72nd St. ). The Awards Banquet facility can accommodate 850 guests, and be expanded if necessary. Registration fee will be $110.00. Host hotel: Omaha Hilton, 1001 Cass St, Omaha.
Late June, 2015. Last year included Candlelight vigil and movie at Hanafan Park in Council Bluffs, IA; Opening Ceremonies. Youth Pride festival and evening dance at Hanafan Park in Council Bluffs, IA. Sunday Heartland Pride Parade in Council Bluffs, IA. Festival and Entertainment at Stinson Park in Omaha after the parade.