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A Look Ahead in Theatre

 

Theater Year in Review

 

Taking the Reigns

 

LIVES WORTH A PLUGGED NICKEL

 

Omaha Theatre Fall Preview

 

The Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference Celebrates 20 years.

 

Leaving a Legacy

 

Shelterbelt Extends Its Horizons

 

Theatre Year in Review

 

Lara’s Long Road to New Lungs

 

Time to Weigh TAG Nominees

If you've seen most of the performances, it's more fun finding who got nominated for the Theatre Arts Guild awards than learning later about the winners. Not that any playgoer wouldn't want to attend the 43rd annual TAG Awards Gala in August.

      But then you face the disappointment of finding some of your favorites cast aside by the voters. Now you've still got 170 or so in the running for 30 honors. And you...


Bronte Sisters Fill July at Joslyn

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  Charlotte and Emily grew up on a windswept heath in Northern England, never knowing they'd inspire a Bronte-saurus of a monthlong celebration in Omaha centuries later.

  Jill Anderson wanted to bring Charlotte to Joslyn Castle via Bronte, the play William Luce wrote for Julie Harris. The night before she was to...


Osage “reading” may Top Season

It's quite likely that the most memorable event of the theater season will occur Monday, June 20, at the Omaha Community Playhouse when August: Osage County makes its Omaha premiere. And that's an amazing prospect when you consider that it's a single performance of a staged reading. But the script by Tracy Letts won both a Pulitzer and Tony award after reviews raved in extravagant terms. The New York Times...


<p>The Hot Box girls of Guys and Dolls, led by Miss Adelaide played by Kirstin Kluver (center), performing “Bushel and a Peck.” </p>

Thoyd Run

Pahdon my Runyonese, but what is a poysun ta do when woyds cannot adequately anticipate the prospect of the thoyd run of Guys and Dolls at the Omaha Community Playhouse? I posed my problem to Susie Baer Collins, who directs the musical comedy, confessing that I’ve longed for its return since seeing it first in the 1960s, then the 1980s. It dates back even further, to 1950, but when it was revived on Broadway in...


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