Know Before You Go - El último sueño de Frida y Diego

Apr 22, 2024

Join us for El último sueño de Frida y Diego

Friday, May 3, 2024 | 7:30pm

Box Office Open | 6:00pm
Lobby Open | 6:30pm
House Open | 7:00pm

Sunday, May 5, 2024 | 2:00pm

Box Office Open | 12:30pm
Lobby Open | 1:00pm
House Open | 1:30pm

Orpheum Theater

409 S. 16th Street, Omaha, NE 68102

The performance runs approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes with one 25 minute intermission.

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Before you arrive

Recent change in OPPD parking garage

The OPPD Energy Plaza Garage will only accept payment through the ParkMobile app or with credit card and will no longer accept cash.
The ParkMobile app allows you to reserve your parking session in advance. If you plan to park there, arrive early, and have your digital parking permit ready to scan upon entry.


Multiple surface and garage parking options are offered all within two blocks of the Orpheum Theater and additional parking is available at the OPPD Energy Plaza on Howard Street between 16th and 17th Streets. For patrons parking at OPPD, exit the OPPD Energy Plaza garage through the Orpheum Skylink and walk directly into the Orpheum Theater third floor lobby.


If you have not requested paper tickets, your tickets will be available at prior to the event.
• The Ticket Omaha App will no longer be used for ticketing.
• To access your tickets, visit
• Login using your same email you used to purchase your ticket.
• Go to the "My Events" tab.
• Select the event you are attending to view, scan, and share your tickets.

Entry Inspection

All guests attending events at our venues are subject to visual and bag inspections conducted by Omaha Performing Arts security. Visit for a list of items not permitted in the Holland Center and Orpheum Theater.

In The Lobby

As you wait for the doors to open to the house, there are many fun lobby features to peruse.

Frida y Diego Community Art

In collaboration with Claire Caswell and Joslyn Castle, local artists were encouraged to seek inspiration from the opera’s story as well as commemorate the passionate and tumultuous relationship between these two iconic artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.
Artists from all backgrounds submitted their visual art of any medium influenced by the fascinating love story of Frida and Diego, in a unique opportunity to express their interpretation of the icons’ passionate bond, their artistic endeavors, and their profound influence on each other’s work, the fascinating and beautiful story depicted in The Last Dream of Frida and Diego, and Día de los Muertos.

A small selection of art from this exhibition will be featured in the Orpheum Theater Lobby during Opera Omaha’s performances of El último sueño de Frida y Diego.
The entire exhibit is available to view at the Joslyn Castle Carriage House now through May 23.


Omaha Performing Arts, as venue manager, will have food and beverage concessions for sale. Beverages with lids purchased in the lobby may be brought into the hall.

Enjoy the signature cocktail of Frida y Diego,
The signature cocktail of El último sueño de Frida y Diego this tangy, blood orange margarita is a perfect drink to enter into the world of Mictlán. $10.

Prelude Talks

Prior to each performance at the Orpheum Theater.
Friday, May 3 at 6:40pm & Sunday, May 5 at 1:10pm
Live prelude talks in the Orpheum Theater lobby offer necessary context, feed curiosity, and provide special behind the scenes insights to help prepare the audience to enter the world of the opera and get excited for what they’re about to experience.

More Information

Guide to the Opera

Is this your first time attending an opera? If you're new to a certain performance, or just want to come prepared, it's great to read a synopsis or attend the pre-performance lecture prior to the show. Also, we don't expect you to learn a new language for the performance. All performances will have Spanish and english supertitles projected above the stage so you can follow along. Click here for a helpful information about the opera experience including suggestions on what to wear, when to arrive and about the orchestra.

In what language will El último sueño de Frida y Diego be presented?
The opera will be sung in Spanish, the original language in which it was written. Spanish and english supertitles will be available on a screen above the stage and in the front of the Loge.

Are there lighting or sound elements I should be aware of?
There will be theatrical lighting elements for this performance. The singers do not use microphones, just their natural voices projecting from the stage.


The Orpheum Theater offers a wide range of accessibility features. Unique requests may be accommodated by contacting Ticket Omaha in advance.

  • Accessible seating throughout the hall.
  • Accessible parking adjacent to the theater.
  • Accessible restrooms.
  • Accessible backstage accommodations for performers and technicians, including accessible entries, dressing rooms and restrooms.
  • American Sign Language interpretation may be arranged in advance of performances by calling Ticket Omaha.
  • The Orpheum is equipped with hearing loop technology. Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) are also available for all performances in both venues. Ask the house manager or usher for assistance.
  • Guide and service dogs are welcome.

If you have any special requests or concerns, please contact Ticket Omaha, toll free at 866.434.8587 or locally at 402.345.0606. Or email

Safety precautions

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our patrons, staff, artists, volunteers and community. To ensure the safety of those who work at and visit the Orpheum Theater, the following safety measures are in place to provide the best performing arts experience.

  • Masks are recommended for this performance
  • Enhanced cleaning and sanitation
  • Virus filtering heating and cooling
  • Staff and patron precautions
  • Touchless experience
    For more information, please visit Thank you for your cooperation in helping us create a safe and enjoyable experience for all.

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