We love going to The Rose Theater! It was fun taking a trip back in time to see Buffalo Bill's Cowboy Band.
About the Play:
|Isaak's been anti smiley in photos lately.|
Buffalo Bill was an adventurer, a cowboy, a buffalo hunter, a Pony
Express rider, and a showman. At the turn of the 20th century, thanks to
his outrageous Wild West traveling shows, he was the most famous man on
earth. He was a man so famous that he had a city named after him: Cody,
Wyoming. He tells stories about fighting along side people, and staring death in the face.
And in the center of that town was a hotel named after one of
the people he loved most in the world
His daughter Irma. One week, on a
long train trip from Omaha, where his Wild West show started, to the
Irma Hotel, Buffalo Bill looks out on a West very different than the one
from his childhood, and he tells his daughter his story.
The set design was a little more simple on this show. It took place on a train. I wish I could have taken more pictures, but there was no photography on this show.
By Max Sparber
They actors had a lot of lines, and did a great job remembering them.
Best for ages 6 and up.
- Buffalo Bill: Matthew Pyle
- Irma: Stephanie Jacobson
- Conductor: Bill Grennan*
- Girl Cowboy: Sarah Carlson-Brown
- Boy Cowboy: Robby Stone
Isaak loved it, and he's close to 7. Mica liked it as well. He's 9.
This was a show more for little kids I felt. I'm just not a cowgirl at heart. I did love all the old footage that they showed throughout the show on a big screen.
Time: 70 minutes with no intermission.
Go to the bathroom before you head into the show.
Call The Rose Theater for tickets 402.345.4849
|Friday, Feb. 6||7 pm|
|Saturday, Feb. 7||2 pm|
|Saturday, Feb. 7||5 pm|
|Sunday, Feb. 8||2 pm|
Prior to each Sunday performance, University of Nebraska at Omaha history professor Elaine Marie Nelson will share a pre-show presentation on William Cody and how his exhibition changed America, affecting us to this very day.
After the shows they have a question answer time with the cast.
Isaak's had his hand up every time to ask a question, but there are a lot of kids there to ask questions. This time he wanted to know how they made the sound of the gun going off? I should email the question, but The Rose Theater is good about getting back to kids with answers! They even mention to email them.
I think any show that The Rose Theater has is great for kids. My boys just love going there!
Disclaimer: I got tickets free of charge from The Rose Theater.