New Horizons Newspaper – Omaha, August 2014

Grande Olde Players Can Still Do It

by Bonnie Gill & Mark Manhart

A Grande Olde Player gets on stage and acts their age. Alec Guiness once said, “Don’t act, be the character.” We had lots of older adults who wanted to get on stage and just needed a little nudge in that direction. When teetering old Bob appeared at an audition once, he read with a shy, baritone voice that died at the second row of the house. Continue reading

For the official Rules of Marathon Tennis

Make a small donation to the Grande Olde Players if you like, and we’ll send the complete rules. Continue reading

Bonnie is Livin’ Easy

Bonnie Gill Manhart is now on the keyboard, on the road for the Grande Olde Players as the leader of her classic jazz quartet, “Livin’ Easy.” Bonnie plays regularly for Golden Oldie groups all over Omaha. It’s her way of reaching out to people who remember the real music of the Great Generation.Continue reading

Great Plains Theatre Conference

Since closing our theatre a few years ago we’ve been acting or directing in Omaha at the Great Plains Theatre Conference. This year Bonnie Gill is directing a play “Twigs and Bone”Continue reading

What every City needs…… ????

A Grande Olde Players Theatre!

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