Nebraska Theatres

  • The Strand Theatre

    The Strand Theatre

    Studded in bright lights, the Strand Theatre marquee heralded first-run showings of such movie classics as "From Here to Eternity" and "The sound of Music."

  • Lofte Community Theatre

    Lofte Community Theatre

    The Lofte Community Theatre is excellence in family entertainment and professional in quality performances. The uniqueness of it'

  • Bonham Theatre

    Bonham Theatre

    Both the Bonham Theatre, and the First National Bank, located on the northwest corner of Fifth and E streets, were at one time owned by Luther Bonham.

    Bonham Theatre'

  • Theatre of the American West

    Theatre of the American West

    Republican City is proud to offer tourists and residents a professional repertory theatre company. The Theatre was established in 1991

  • Rose Bowl Theater

    Rose Bowl Theater

    The newly renovated Rose Bowl Theatre draws visitors to Franklin every weekend. Movies are shown four times a week, Saturday at 8:00 pm, Sunday at 5:00 and 8:00 pm, and Monday at 8:00 pm.

  • The Sun Theatre

    The Sun Theatre

    The Sun Theatre was built and used as an opera house from 1909-1926. In 1927, the theatre was opened by Glen VanWey. Children were charged 10 cents and adults 20

  • Five Rocks Amphitheater

    Five Rocks Amphitheater

    The Five Rocks Amphitheater and pavilion houses bands and other open-air entertainment in the summer months, as well as Thursday night movies with a "drive-in"-like atmosphere.

  • Grand Island Little Theatre

    Grand Island Little Theatre is home for community theatre in the Grand Island area. We have been going strong since 1960