Omaha's Durham Museum will remember Rosenblatt Stadium during the upcoming College World Series.
“Rosenblatt: The Final Inning,” a production of NET Television, will be shown at various times throughout the series in The Durham’s Mutual of Omaha Theater between June 15th and 26th. This documentary looks back at the legendary stadium from its glory years through its final days in 2010.
On Wednesday, July 20th at 1:30 p.m., a viewing of “Rosenblatt: The Final Inning” will be shown in the Stanley and Dorothy Truhlsen Lecture Hall, followed by a special lecture with several individuals featured in the film.
The lecture will be led by the film’s producer Sue Maryott and will include Steve Rosenblatt, son of Johnny Rosenblatt, who the stadium was named after, Jack Payne, public address announcer from 1964-2000, Jesse Cuevas, head groundskeeper from 1986-2010, Lou Spry, official scorer at the CWS from 1981 to the present and Lambert Bartak, stadium organist from the 1950’s-2010.
Due to limited seating, reservations are required for the lecture. Call (402) 444-5071 ext. 500 or email reservations@DurhamMusueum.org.
Cost of admission applies and Durham Museum members are admitted free.