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The Grotesque is on Display in UNO’s “Freakshow’

            The UNO Theatre department will present Carson Kreitzer’s new play Freakshow this Friday, February 27th through March 7th at the Weber Fine Arts Building on the UNO campus on 60th and Dodge St.

            The show takes audiences to the turn of the century where a traveling Freakshow is slowly grinding to a halt. The times are changing and people just aren’t as interested in the grotesque as they used...


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Jewish Cousins Battle at Barn

You might ask, if you’ve a mind to, could a play titled Bad Jews be an attempt to tackle anti-Semitism? Or be pro-Palestinian?  What? Are you kidding?  Nah. It’s about Jews defining those among them doing “something in direct opposition to Jewish law,” says (Jewish) playwright Joshua Elias Harmon whose New York debut opus hit the streets when he was 28. With what the New York Times calls “delectably savage humor,”...


<p>'Fishing Time' by Linda Stephen is a highlight in her two person show with sculptor Iggy Sumnik, 'Great Lakes to Great Plains,' currently on view through Feb. 6 at the Fred Simon Gallery.</p>

‘Midwestward’ Bound

Great Lakes to Great Plains, the current exhibit at the Fred Simon Gallery, features collage landscapes by Linda Stephen and ceramic sculpture from Iggy Sumnik. Though working in different mediums, both artists celebrate the flora, fauna and Midwest signage of the region, if in diametrically opposed approaches.  Stephen uses carefully assembled origami collage scenes of the Midwest, while Sumnik offers humorous clay...


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Faith, Hope and Love

They stand before you or stand side by side, parsing the idea of same-sex marriages in our time, a time in which such unions are still not taken for granted, questioning what is normal and confronting normal questions. Thus, in ninety or so minutes, nine theatre pieces by eight playwrights unfold in Brian Shnipper’s deliberate compendium Standing on Ceremony:The Gay Marriage Plays. Couples prepare their vows, look...


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