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As the clothes are stripped off, the laughter cascades

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 

Being afraid of big bad wolves

 

Our Town

 

Silken seams proclaim and protect

 

There is nothing like this Dane.

 

Office games get serious

 

Shakespeare as you could like it

 

Don’t Tell Mama

 
Marypoppins

A popular show pops, sparkles and shines.

You’ve no doubt heard that Mary Poppins The Broadway Musical is full of magic. So you’ll be delighted to know that magic thrives in a new production of it at The Rose Theater. Witness magical ensemble dancing and singing in a delightful array of costumes amid wonderfully inventive sets. Plus, the 27 member cast and the 13 musician orchestra led by Kevin Smith make the best songs charm and delight.

Those songs come...


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Holy Black Widow, Batman!

An interdimensional rift has torn through the middle of Omaha, dragging heros and villains out of their comic book universes of Marvel and DC. Predictably, nothing good happens in this situation and in a room full of reporters just trying to get the scoop, one ends up dead.

This is the premise of the current Apollon production entitled "Holy Black Widow, Batman! DC vs. Marvel." Guests play the role of reporters...


Marypoppins

A legend flies at The Rose.

The Rose Theater is flying and bloomin’ all over the place with its new full-length production of Mary Poppins Cameron Mackintosh’s 2004 stage transformation of the Disney musical film. “Astonishing things happen on stage,” says director Matthew Gutschick. Hall Associates Flying Effects adds to the magic. The 27 member cast and the 12-member orchestra directed by Kevin Smith enrich the results,performing songs from...


Spam

The Trojan Rabbit Flies Again

“There's simply not a more congenial spot, for happily-ever-aftering than Camelot.” They dine well there, eat ham and jam and spam a lot. As does Lancelot. (Apologies to Frederick Loewe.)  

I say! How did Spam get into Camelot? Did they serve canned meat at the Round Table? Certainly they had can openers. To get out of their armor. But Armour foods had nothing to do with that ham by- product. That was Hormel. 

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