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LAMBis onthe move


     Lamb Theatre announces a partnership with Morningside University that will temporarily bring Lamb Theatre productions to the stage at Morningside’s Klinger-Neal Theatre, 3700 Peters Ave. Classes from the Lamb School will also transition to the Morningside campus and will be held in Eppley. 

     Russell Wooley, managing artistic director of Lamb Theatre, said the decision to move all activities to Morningside University was a direct result of the deteriorating condition of the current building. 

     “We’ve been producing quality, live theatrical entertainment in Siouxland for 44 years. The old Webster School at 417 Market Street has served us well for 38 of those years,” Wooley said, “but that building is no longer sustainable as a venue for our productions and Lamb School classes. We are grateful to Morningside for their excitement and flexibility surrounding this partnership.” He explained that moving Lamb Theatre to Morningside University will allow Lamb to keep producing theatre as it continues to pursue options for a transition to a completely new home for the nonprofit theatre company. 

     Morningside University Associate Professor of Theatre Taylor Clemens expressed his excitement about the partnership. “Lamb and Morningside both have great traditions in theatre education in our community. This is such a natural coming together of these two great programs,” he said. “Lamb is so much more than just a building,” he continued, “it’s an important staple of the entertainment and education community, and we’re happy to be able to be a small part of Lamb’s future in Siouxland.” 

     The Lamb/Morningside partnership will begin with the production of a political comedy “The Outsider,” with revised production dates of April 5-14, then continue with “Gruesome Playground Injuries” April 18-28, followed by a new comedy, “Tracy Jones,” in May and the popular musical “Godspell” in July. 


Much more information to follow!   

LAMB School classes begin TODAY at Eppley with LAMB Shows restarting April 5. 

The DECISION '70s FUN-draiser will be held on Saturday, March 23 at Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center.

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For More Information about our annual FUN-draiser and to purchase tickets to this ONE NIGHT ONLY EVENT -- click the link below!

Our 44th Season runs through June 2024.

Be sure to purchase your Season Memberships NOW! 
[6 Tickets useable to view any show(s) of your choice throughout our 44th Season].

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March 11th: GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES by Rajiv Joseph. Contact by Friday, March 8th to participate in March's Book Club.

There is a $20 participation fee each month; which covers cost of ordering, shipping & handling of your script. [You keep every script].


Synopsis: Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together. Note: This production is rated R for Language, Themes, & Graphic Content.

**(This Script is special, as participants will be invited to join the cast of GRUESOME for a rehearsal before the show opens in April.)

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LAMB Theatre & School was once again rated as one of 2022's Top Rated Nonprofits in the Country.


LAMB Theatre located at
417 Market Street, Sioux City, IA.  51103.


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