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OPENING

“Elvis Lives,” professional tour at Orpheum Theater, 409 S. 16th St., 8 p.m. Saturday only. $40 to $95. Information: 402-345-0606 or ticketomaha.com.

Three Elvis impersonators portray four phases of rock'n'roller Elvis Presley's career with this in-concert show covering the 1950s through early 1970s: “King of Rock'n'Roll,” “Elvis Goes Hollywood,” “Come Back to '68” and “Real Men Wear Jumpsuits.” Four live musicians, plus backup singer-dancers, join an Ann-Margret impersonator in backing up the Elvises. Two of the cast's leads have won the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, and the third was a finalist.

“Our Time: The Music of Stephen Sondheim,” Chanticleer Theater cabaret, 830 Franklin Ave. in Council Bluffs. Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. $25 adults, $10 students. Ticket includes pre-show appetizers, beverage. Information: 712-323-9955 or email manager@chanticleertheater.com.

The songfest features 23 tunes from a dozen shows by Sondheim, one of the master composers of American musical theater. The cast: Sarah Query, Chris Ebke, Kevin Olsen, Jon Turnbeaugh, Karrin Jones Dignoti, Jackie Kappes, Sara Mattix, D. Laureen Pickle and Jonathan Wilhoft. Meg Latta accompanies on keyboard.

COMING SOON

“Having Our Say,” Omaha Community Playhouse, opens Jan. 17. Information: 402-553-0800 or omahaplayhouse.com

CONTINUING

No shows currently in performance.


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