Speaking from personal experience, the 80’s were more than a little awesome. The music, the hair, the fashion…ahh, what fun it is to reminisce. Don’t get me wrong, I did NOT get stuck in the 80s. I tried on a pair of leggings the other day, and just couldn’t bring myself to buy them. I’d rather see them on my daughter and let her borrow some of the jewelry I held on to.
Anyhoo, having been there and done that is certainly not going to stop me from experiencing the interactive fun of Awesome 80s Prom. From the stereotypical 80s movie characters to the music and period references, I can’t wait to attend Wanaget High’s prom. The cast is preparing for some hilarious improv and each show will end up having its own vibe based on who attends. Oh, did I tell you the audience votes for the Prom King and Queen each night?
The Awesome 80s Prom opens on Friday, April 30 and runs through May 30. Performances are at 7:30pm Thursday-Saturday and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $32 for adults and $21 for students. Book a group reservation for 15 people or more and tickets go down to $23 per adult and $15 per student. This show is a great night out with friends, a fantastic bachelorette party and a unique way to celebrate your birthday.
Single tickets go on sale April 13 for season subscribers and April 20 for the general public. Call 402-553-0800 or visit omahaplayhouse.org.
Group reservations are now available by calling 402-553-4890 x147 or emailing email@example.com.
80s attire is encouraged but not required to enjoy this one. Be sure to bring your sense of adventure--perhaps a drink or two beforehand will help!
Special Events During the Awesome 80s Prom:
Friday, April 30- TAG Teen Prom- students attend for $7
Saturday, May 1- Gay Prom- pre-Prom party & performance for $32
Friday, May 7- ACT II Prom- pre-Prom party, performance
& post-Prom for $50
Friday, May 14- Curtain Club Prom- Rising Star subscribers attend pre-Prom and performance for $15
Special event tickets are available by calling 402-553-4890 x147 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the review from Dave Williams at The Reader http://tinyurl.com/3amxg2j