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The Playhouse Gets a Lot Out of Spamalot


Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena


Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.


The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.


Our Town is Must-See


History in the Making


Motown Magic


Haunted Irish Cling Together


Contentiously Being Jewish.


Truckin ‘n Singin’ Down Texas Way.


Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

The minute you sit on the periphery of Jim Othuse’s well-furnished, substantial-looking living room at Community Playhouse’s Howard Drew Theatre you know that there’s a kind of truth to be witnessed.  What lies ahead are circa three hours of dynamic,compelling life made vivid and real by a fine quartet of Omaha actors.

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? takes over the stage, grabbing your attention....

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

Darkness encircles three people. Two of them need to talk to you. To explain who they are and what they have done. A third sits beside them at a massive wooden table piled with books and papers. Minds at work. Sometimes the first two talk about the other. Trying less to understand him than to understand what all three of them have done in the deadly, superficially civilized society, in which their lives are...


Our Town is Must-See

I’ve got less than a month to convince everyone I know to see Thorton Wilder’s Our Town at the Blue Barn or miss the theater experience of a lifetime.

Yesterday, I doubted playwright Edward Albee’s dubbing it America’s greatest play. After seeing the work of director Susan Clement-Toberer and a wonderful cast, I wondered how I’d lived so long and seen so much theater without realizing that Albee was right.


History in the Making

“What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play.” Indeed. Let those words by Fred Ebb stir your feet. He wrote them almost 50 years ago. Can you believe it? That’s when his, John Kander’s and Joe Masteroff’s Cabaret began its phenomenal, legendary life.  It still thrives,having just completed its fourth Broadway run last month. And stays alive and vigorous as produced by Creighton University.


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