Drama Department

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"Guys and Dolls" Musical

Executive Summary: 
"Guys and Dolls" Musical

"Guys and Dolls" Musical

Executive Summary: 
"Guys and Dolls" Musical (all weekend)

The Lincoln Lutheran drama department will be presenting "Guys and Dolls" on November 19 and 20 at 7pm and on the 21 at 2pm. In this classic musical, you will find yourself transported to New York City, circa 1950.  


On opening night, Friday, April 30th, a group of 7 juniors tailgated the musical. This has, to my knowledge, never been done before and it provided energy and laughs for the cast and crew.  Spearheading the tailgate was Zach - Big Dog Daddy - Luly.  He was joined by Zach Justus, Mason Gahan, Eric Beckman, Sam Heibel, Eli Dull and Skyler Hawkins. Not only did they tailgate, they came and watched the show.  Thanks guys and gal for supporting your peers - that was awesome.



OPENING NIGHT TOMORROW! Tickets available at the door.

After months of late night rehearsals, the musical is ready to open. With guest pit director, Dr. William Kuhn, and all the trimmings added to the set, to costumes, and to lights and sound, the musical promises to be a feast of laughter.   Come on out and enjoy an evening of great entertainment.

  • Friday - 7pm
  • Sat. - 2pm
  • Sun - 7pm

Wigs, Knickers and Bow Ties - oh my!

 This is musical week! Yes, on Friday night 7pm, the curtain will open, the lights will shine and over 32 students will take the stage in 50's costume. Ralston Costume has outfitted this show with some great period pieces, hats, suits - and three of our actresses are in wigs.  It's going to be a feast for the eyes as well as the ears. Get your ticket prior to the shows for the best seats available.  Also, this year, we will have concessions at intermission.  We are ready for opening night!  

3 Weeks Until Musical

Over 40 students and staff are working late into evenings to perfect this year's musical. Tickets are selling briskly and you are encouraged to reserve your seats in the next week or so. Tickets will be availalbe at the door, however, earlier purchases will take up the closer rows.  Come support these great performers and enjoy an evening of laughter.  For questions, contact Mrs. Kuhn @ kkuhn@lincolnlutheran.org

What Musical is That? and We Need Stuff!

 "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" is your 2010 Warrior spring musical. It will air on April 30th, 7pm, May 1st 2pm and May 2nd 7pm.  All seats are $7 and are reserved.  Last year was the first year for reserved tickets, and while there were a few kinks, overall it was successful.  Tickets will go on sale in April via Kris Kuhn's email, and through the office.  Tickets must be paid for at the time of purchase.  

The story line is this: Finch, a young window washer, has a book that tells him how to succeed in business without really trying. In a matter of weeks he is almost vice president of World Wide Wickets - a corporation populated with interesting characters.  It is a script full of laughs and fun.  From an incompetent boss, to a bubble-headed love interest, to a set of cleaning ladies who do anything but clean, the show is entertaining. Mark your calendars now.

PLEA FOR PROPS:  We need 3 business type/smallish desks,  We need 3 dial phones, We need 6 old typewriters.  If you can help, email kkuhn@lincolnlutheran.org.

We hope to see you at one of the shows!

Mrs. Mariel Olp

Mariel (Nuckols) Olp began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2009. She teaches 7th and 8th grade social studies and one period of 8th grade religion. Having a Dad who was a pastor and a chaplain gave Mariel a pretty diverse childhood that took place all over the country. Most of her growing up, though, was done in Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from Lutheran High School in Kansas City and then attended Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska.

Contact Info
School Phone: 
(402) 467-5404
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Main Responsibilities: 
Social Studies and Drama