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Beth El Adopts “Children of Eden”

Beth Schlossberg announced the Beth El Synagogue will be performing their adaptation of Broadways’ “Wicked” composer Stephen Schwartz’s lively musical “Children of Eden.”

Children of Eden rehearsal

“The audience will be thrilled with the talents of our cast members including actors, singers, dancers, both adults and children, who have performed in the Omaha Community Theater, local theater and opera productions!” producer and director Schlosberg said with pride.

“Children of Eden” is so popular around the world in theaters due to its non religious approach of parents and children.  Its lively musical range includes pop/rock, jazz, Gospel and Caribbean music. We knew this musical would have broad appeal to the Omaha community and we look forward to performing to a sold out audience who will love our adaptation” added Schlossberg.

“The only public performance open to all the Omaha Community will be on Sunday December 13 at 1:00 PM with only 600 tickets available.”

“In order for everyone to enjoy the production, the price of the tickets are set at only $18.00 for adults and $10.00 for children.  No one should miss this show as a result of ticket prices which are normally higher for a production of this well known musical. There is no need to travel to the theater district of any city to enjoy this great musical!”

Tickets can be ordered by e-mail by writing programming@bethel-omaha.org or reception@bethel-omaha.org, at our website www.bethel-omaha.org.  Cash, checks or charge (over $25.00) will be accepted.

Beth El is located at 14506 California Street Omaha, NE.  Parking is free!

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