2016 - 2017 Season Events

We Give Thanks

 

RCMC travels to Lincoln, NE for the third straight year for a concert intended to foster the spirit of giving. In lieu of ticketed admission, free-will donations will be accepted at the door to benefit a local, Lincoln non-profit organization.

 

This performance is made possible, in part, by sponsorship from Lincoln's Plymouth Pride Fellowship.

 

 

FIRST-PLYMOUTH CHURCH

LINCOLN, NE

 

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The Light Fantastic

 

 

The candle symbolizes light in the darkness of life; a symbol of love and of hope. Join RCMC this holiday season as we present musical selections of song and dance, inspired by the symbolism and meaning of light. Musical performances including Helvey's O Lux Beatissima, Michael Issacson's Light the Legend, and Candle on the Water from Pete's Dragon demonstrate how the symbol of light holds us all together regardless of the religious foundations our traditions come from.

 

 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

 

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It Gets Better

 

 

 

Dan Savage's three simple words - it gets better - reach into the hearts of LGBTQ youth and inspire them with the message that darkness can give way to a brighter future. RCMC will join the Gay Men's Chorus of LA touring ensemble onstage for an exciting and funny story with moments of both pain and pathos, featuring poignant narratives of growing up gay.

 

 

 

ORPHEUM THEATER

 

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The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein

 

Treasured favorites from The Sound of Music, The King and I, Oklahoma! and South Pacific come to life when a Broadway cast, RCMC, and the Creighton University Chamber Choir join the Omaha Symphony to perform the timeless words and music of Broadway's greatest songwriting duo.

 

 

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HOLLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

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Measure of a Life

 

 

RCMC will once again take the Holland stage for the Heartland premier of Tyler's Suite, a new and lauded nine-movement choral piece dedicated to the memory of Tyler Clementi, a talented young musician who died by suicide after being bullied by his college roommate. This powerful concert will help shine a light of hope for a safer, kinder world.

 

 

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HOLLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER