It has been a whirlwind of eye-opening, fun and engaging work in 2019. We’ve teamed with the fantastic fellows of Opera Omaha, co-directed with Great Plains Theatre Conference on EPIC, held story circles at shelters all over the city, been blown away by the writings and performances of the guys at Nebraska State Penitentiary, presented some of our work from the shelters at a public reading and, most recently, teamed with the Stephen Center, Saving Grace and the B Side in Benson to bring attention to the issue of hunger in Omaha. To say we are grateful to all the people who have shared their stories, time, and talent with us would be the world’s biggest understatement.

In order to continue these projects, please donate to Anastasis Theatre Co. for Giving Tuesday. Your donation will support our current work with community members impacted by homelessness, and with incarcerated individuals. Your contribution helps pay for the story circles, playwriting, and performances that authentically represent the lived experiences of people who too often go unheard in our community. If it’s $5, $50, or $500, it all helps. Thank you to the generous people who make this work possible.

This was truly as epic cast. Their dedication to telling this story was inspiring.
Open Door Mission and their guests are gems. Gems, I tell you.
How could a reading not go great with talented actors and support of this kind?
Excited to work with the guys at NSP!

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  1. I saw your production yesterday, Sunday, which was 8 star excellent!. My friends and I commented on the backdrop but then forgot to ask in the Q&A.
    Please tell me about it. It was,by the way, beautiful, powerful, and very artistic. Anne Carroll

    Anne Carrp

    1. Thank you for coming to the show. The artist who painted the backdrop is Hugo Zamorano. He is amazing!

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