Know Before You Go | El Niño

Dec 7, 2023


December 11 | 7:30pm
Lobby Open | 6:30PM
House Open | 7:00PM

Creighton University
2500 California Plz # 101, Omaha, NE 68178

The performance runs approximately 1 hour.

Seating for this performance is General Admission.

Shine the Light on Hunger!

Help the Food Bank for the Heartland raise five million meals for our neighbors in Nebraska and Western Iowa. Together, we will make a meaningful impact on hunger and food insecurity in our community.
This performance of El Niño will be a drop off location for non-perishable food donations.
Please bring your donated items to the theater and look for the boxes in the lobby.

Ticketing will NOT be used for this performance.
Please bring a printed version of your ticket confirmation email to the performance to serve as your ticket. You can also present your Confirmation Email/QR code electronically on a mobile device at the door.
Tickets will be available to purchase at the door.
Seating for this performance will be General Admission and will not be assigned.

Parking at Creighton University

The Lied Center is located on the NE Corner of 24th and Cass Streets.
Those attending the opera are welcome to park in Lots 35 (entrance on Cass Street), G36 surface (entrance on 24th Street) or G5 surface (Cass & 21st Street drive, east of the Law School).

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 learn about a production. You can explore the history of this piece here.
Also, we don't expect you to learn a new language for the performance. All performances will have English supertitles projected above the stage so you can follow along. Click here for helpful information about the opera experience including suggestions on what to wear, when to arrive and about the orchestra.

In what language will El Niño: Nativity Reconsidered be presented?

The opera will be sung in Spanish and English. English supertitles will be available on a screen above the stage.

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 Lied Center offers a wide range of accessibility features. Unique requests may be accommodated by contacting Opera 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.
Guide and service dogs are welcome.
If you have any special requests or concerns, please contact Opera Omaha, at 402.346.7372 x2 or email

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