First time Directors, Rory Nolan and Megan Boggs talk about the Olde Glory Theatre's production of Miracle on 34th Street!  Olde Glory Theatre is located in Seward, Nebraska and is a historic church building that was built in 1873.  The church was repurposed in 2013 and was intended to host the Goehner Centennial Players Melodrama's dinner theatre which had been formed in 1987.  It was later renovated, and in 2015 became a non-profit theatre and often holds theatre from touring theatre groups.

This year Olde Glory is celebrating the holidays with their production of Miracle on 34th Street.  With a large cast - and a Santa in his 80's - this production is sure to warm the hearts of families celebrating together.  And if you catch it just right, you might be able to get dinner or dessert there to warm your stomach as well!

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR OLDE GLORY THEATRE:

Website:  http://www.oldeglorysewardne.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OldeGlorySeward 

Olde Glory Theatre, 348 Jackson Avenue, Seward, NE

402.304.5392

 
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