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This year Nebraska Repertory Theatre has partnered with local musicians to bring even more entertainment to our audiences.


Just like one would pair wine and cheese we have paired comedies and musicians to provide, for the same price of admission to our plays, A Laugh and a Song.


Come see great professional theatre and enjoy music from 6:45-7:15pm before the show! Enjoy wine, beer or refreshments in our lobby listening to local bands and musicians while you whet your whistle for the comedy.


Be sure not to miss, A Laugh and a Song, only at Nebraska Repertory Theatre.



A list of the Musicians


Musical Entertainment/Band Booking:

6:45-7:15pm before the plays on select nights.


Broad Appeal

July 13th Jeeves Intervenes, August 4th Heroes


Evan Bartels

July 19th  God of Carnage, July 31st One-Man Hamlet


Nick Jester

July 25th God of Carnage, July 28th Heroes

Nick Dahlquist

Aug 1st Heroes and Aug 2nd Jeeves Intervenes



Some descriptions of the Musical Entertainment before the Shows



Broad Appeal

The sounds of the great girl groups

The songs of the Hit Parade, 1935 – 1959


If you yearn for the music of yesteryear, then tune in to Broad Appeal. These three women, each an accomplished performer and vocal instructor, capture the essence of the era through the glorious melodies of "Your Hit Parade," the popular show that brought the week's top songs to eager audiences gathered around their radios and televisions. 


Evan Bartels

Evan Bartels is a singer/songwriter from southern Nebraska. He has been performing solo acoustic shows and working on independent music projects over the past couple years. He is also a member of the band Cactus Hill.


Nick Jester

Nick Jester is a singer and a songwriter. Modern Science has yet to come up with a name to combine them both. Nick sings for the band Second Wind! He has written and performed music in a variety of groups and venues, but started playing solo in September of 2010. Nick is also a musical playwright and composer. He recently premiered his original musical Chiropractical at the Haymarket Theatre. Nick has another new musical that may premier in Lincoln in August.

Nick Dahlquist

Is entering his senior year as a Music Composition major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Nick's compositions and arrangements have been performed by The Choral Project (San Jose, CA), The Colorado Chorale, UNL Big Red Singers, UNL Bathtub Dogs, UNL Rocktavo, various other UNL small ensembles (vocal and instrumental), and various high school choir and show choir groups in Nebraska and Iowa. His first published choral work was added to the catalogue of Colle Voce Music, Inc. in the fall of 2010 and my first commissioned choral work was funded and premiered by Cambridge Public School in Cambridge, NE this last spring.

Nebraska Repertory Theatre Adds a New Feature

A Laugh and a Song

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