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Tym Livers

Tym Livers Off spring of a thespian family, Tym Livers started acting as a ´babe in arms´, literally before he could walk. His first speaking role was in Davey Crockett at the Omaha Community Playhouse back on 40th and Davenport. Other child roles followed in Auntie Mame at the Chanticleer Theater and Julius Ceasar at the Omaha Community Playhouse at its current location on Cass Street. Some time later the Grande Olde Players Theatre renewed his interest in theater, letting him thump bass in A USO Christmas, direct the choir in Our Town and again serve Auntie Mame, this time as Ito the Houseboy. This is Livers´s second Great Plains Theatre Conference.