the Little Red Hen theatre provides quality arts experiences for Northeast Nebraska through participation in live theatrical productions, educational opportunities, and other cultural and community offerings.
T. Adam Goos
A Wakefield Trojan and Wildcat alumnus, Adam is no stranger to the Little Red Hen! His first introduction to working on the stage came when he appeared in our inaugural production of "The Hobbit" in 1992. Adam returns to LRHT and the area after a 20 year hiatus, during which he obtained his MFA in Theatre Perfomance, paid the rent as a working actor in Chicago, and began a career in non-profit arts administration. Before coming to Little Red Hen, Adam held positions at the Goodman Theatre, The Omaha Symphony, and Omaha Conservatory of Music. He's grateful to be back in the community that gave him his start - and can't wait to make some incredible theatre with some fantastic people!
Committed to Your Needs
The Little Red Hen Theatre is committed to ensuring every patron, audience member, and volunteer has a safe and remarkable experience. We work hard to make sure all aspects of our offerings are accessible and available to everyone in our community.
Our theatre has accessible parking and seating. We are also able to provide audio description with advanced notice and are happy to make any other arrangements as needed, such as providing large print materials or arrange for an ASL interpreter. Just let us know!
We are happy to accommodate requests so that all patrons and volunteers can participate in perfformances without barriers.