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Winnie the Pooh

Based on the book by A.A. Milne

Dramatized by le Clanche du Rand
Music by Allan J. Friedman
Lyrics by A.A. Milne and Kristin Sergel
Additional Lyrics by le Clanche du Rand

Join Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and Christopher Robin’s other friends in this gentle adaptation of A.A. Milne’s classic stories. Winnie-The-Pooh spends his days searching for honey, doing his exercises, and playing with his best friends. One day, the group learns that a new animal will be moving into the forest, one that Rabbit fears might be dangerous -- a kangaroo! The group’s plan to avoid this bouncy animal changes when they actually meet Kanga and her child Roo and learn just how much fun new members of the community can be.

  • Run Dates Mar 22 - Apr 7, 2019
  • Appropriate Ages All Ages
  • Duration 65 minutes
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Show dates and times

Friday, Mar. 22 at 7 pm
Saturday, Mar. 23 at 2 pm
Saturday, Mar. 23 at 5 pm
Sunday, Mar. 24 at 2 pm
Friday, Mar. 29 at 7 pm
Saturday, Mar. 30 at 2 pm* ⁂
Saturday, Mar. 30 at 5 pm**
Sunday, Mar. 31 at 2 pm
Friday, Apr. 5 at 7 pm
Saturday, Apr. 6 at 2 pm
Saturday, Apr. 6 at 5 pm
Sunday, Apr. 7 at 2 pm

Members receive FOUR
free tickets to this show!

Additional tickets can be purchased by members for $12 each. (Regularly $20.)

Non-Member Tickets available after August 1 for $20 each.

Reservations Required. CALL 402.345.4849 or click the “Purchase Tickets” button above.
(Members may now reserve their free member tickets online.)


Ticket Information

Show tickets are available at Will Call, if not picked up earlier.
Lobby doors will open 45 minutes prior to the show.
Tickets that have not been claimed five minutes prior to the show may be released or sold.

* ASL interpretation for the deaf and hard of hearing is provided
** Sensory-friendly show
⁂ Audio description services for the blind are provided

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Field Trip Info


Best for Grades:
  • Pre-K to 3rd Grade
State Requirements:
  • Retelling information from narrative text
  • Making connections between characters or events in narrative and informational text, to own life or other cultures
  • Describing how people’s actions affect others
Field trip dates and times:
  • Friday, Mar. 22 at 10 am
  • Tuesday, Mar. 26 at 10 am
  • Wednesday, Mar. 27 at 10 am
  • Thursday, Mar. 28 at 1 pm
  • Friday, Mar. 29 at 10 am
  • Tuesday, Apr. 2 at 10 am
  • Wednesday, Apr. 3 at 10 am
  • Thursday, Apr. 4 at 1 pm
  • Friday, Apr. 5 at 10 am
Field Trip Pricing:
  • Teachers are FREE!
  • $5.00 Students
  • $3.75 Students on Reduced Lunch Program
  • $2.75 Students on Free Lunch Program
  • $5.00 Adult Chaperones
  • Note: Tax will be added for out-of-state groups
Click here for online study guide

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Know Before You Go

Join Our Post-Performance Q&A Session!

A few minutes after the performance, our actors will conduct a Question & Answer session from the stage. It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the scenery, costumes, special effects, and other aspects of the production. The actors may even have a question or two for you about the story.

Meet the Cast & Get an Autograph!

Some performers will be available after the show to say hello, pose in pictures, and sign their autographs for you. You can meet them on the mezzanine level right outside the entrance to our balcony level seats.


Everyone deserves a chance to experience the magic of theater. Performances are open to children and family members of all abilities. Click here to learn more about accessibility at The Rose.

Social Stories

A social story is a tool that helps individuals better understand the world around them so they can plan for a positive experience, even if they are going into an place that is unknown to them. Social stories help individuals know what to expect and what to do in unfamiliar situations by walking them through the experience. They are often used by individuals on the autism spectrum, children with sensory needs or those with other special needs. They can be very helpful for very young children anticipating their first theatrical experience. The Rose’s social stories feature photos of all areas of the theater to help children of all abilities with a step-by-step explanation of what it is like to visit The Rose, as well as answering questions they may have. Click here to access The Rose’s show-specific social stories.

Theater Location

The Rose is located in downtown Omaha at 2001 Farnam Street on the southwest corner of 20th & Farnam Streets.


From west Omaha, take I-80 East to 1-480 North and exit onto 20th Street. The Rose is located on Farnam Street, approximately three blocks south of the 20th Street exit.

Convenient Parking

Parking is available for $2 in the parking garage at 19th & Harney, courtesy of the Omaha Douglas Public Building Commission (1910 Harney St., Omaha, NE 68102).

Parking meters surrounding the theater are active from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, with free parking available on Sundays and holidays.