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Welcome to the Jungle

 

Gaining Momentum

 

At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

 

Hold On to Your Hats

 

Hurricane Donna

 

A Contemporary ‘Superstar’

 

Lead Actor Sam Lips Talks ‘Pippin’

 

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

 

The Rose Theater Brigade Wins National Award

 

Director Thompson Talks about Shelterbelt’s ‘Sewing Circle’

 

War Horse, Airplanes, Painters, and Spelling Bees

- This week is the only opportunity Omaha residents have to see the 5-time Tony Award winning play War Horse, playing through April 13th at the Orpheum Theater. War Horse is the story of a young man named Albert and his beloved horse, Joey, who has been enlisted to fight for the English in World War I. In the tale, Joey is caught in enemy crossfire and ends up serving both sides of the war before landing in no man’s...


Actors Lending Helping Hands

- In the coming weeks, several members of the Omaha theatrical community will help out fellow performers battling health setbacks.

            On Friday May 2nd, Jill Anderson’s artistic friends and family will hosting a benefit called “Holding Our Own: A Neurological Event.” The show is being held to help Anderson after suffering a medical setback in February and being diagnosed recently with Multiple...


Let The ‘Battle’ Begin!

When it comes to artistic competitions, it doesn’t get more epic than Joe Basque’s new play The Battle of Battles, opening this week at The Shelterbelt Theatre.

“The Battle of Battles is a true story set in the renaissance in Florence, Italy at the turn of the 16th century. Florence convinced Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci to paint murals in their government hall to see who the better artist was,” Basque...


A Different Kind of Phantom

Creighton University department of Theatre professor Alam Klem considers himself to be a big fan playwright Arthur Kopit’s work.

“You know I thought I knew all of his plays pretty well but, to be real honest, I didn’t know about this one.”, Klem Said. “(Creighton Musical Theatre Director) Stephen Sheftz is the one who approached me and said ‘You know, I’ve heard this great music from Phantom’ and I said ‘Well,...


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