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Absurdity Abound in ‘Spamalot’

 

‘Woolf’ is a Beast of a Challenge

 

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’

 
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Welcome to the Jungle

This is the last weekend to catch the latest show at the Shelterbelt Theatre, In the Jungle You Must Wait by local playwright Jeremy Johnson. The play revolves around several different employees of an insurance company who are forced to find meaning in their lives as they try to save one of their own. What makes the show unique is the interesting blend of satire and slam poetry performed by the characters on stage....


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Gaining Momentum

Ballet Nebraska wraps up its 5th anniversary season with their annual tradition called Momentum. This year, the theme of the show is International Masters, featuring a diverse set of pieces from some of dance’s most iconic choreographers. Ballet Nebraska’s Artistic Director Erika Overturff says the show exercises the performance troupe’s versatility.

Momentum is a great chance for us to show the vast range of...


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At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick runs through May 10th on the Hawks Mainstage of the Omaha Community Playhouse. It tells the story of Andrew, a young television actor who’s been given the role of a lifetime, playing Hamlet in the park in New York City. The only problem is that he hates Hamlet. When he moves into his new place in New York, he soon finds out that it once belonged to acting legend John Barrymore. When...


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Hold On to Your Hats

            The Candy Project has returned after a long hiatus to present its latest offbeat show, Gutenberg! The Musical! at The Pizza Shoppe Collective in Benson. The show revolves around two friends, Bud and Doug, who have a passion for musical theatre. As such, they’ve written an important new show about Johann Gutenberg and the invention of the printing press; a show they hope to one day take to Broadway. To...


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