One of the oldest standing palaces of the city, Rose Theater is a well-crafted classical building with Mediterranean style murals and balconies. The building has a longstanding history of hosting theater performances, concerts and was also used as a film studio, until it was acquired by the Omaha Theater Company. The theater, today, hosts series of performances ranging from dance shows, ballet, stage shows and also can be rented out for various events. The building comprises a lavish main stage theater, grand lobby and several theaters dedicated to Hitchcock and other film personalities. A place where you can find series of activities held under one roof, visit their website for more information.
2001 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE
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