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Trip the Clay Fantastic


‘La Mancha’ a Unique Playhouse Opportunity




All in the Family


Study in Contrasts


‘Latino Artists…


There may be no shelter below the belt at Shelterbelt


The bat/man rises again


Cherishing time, place and change


Great songs highlight “Man of La Mancha” at The Playhouse.


Teens Tackle ‘The Big C’

            On Sept. 10, The Rose Theater’s Teens N Theater program kickdc off its season with a production of Zink: The Myth, The Legend, The Zebra. Director Stephanie Jacobson says the show is an imaginative, funny, and heartbreaking play about true courage in the face of unpredictable predators.

            “It’s about this girl Becky. She’s 10 and has leukemia,” Jacobson said. “In processing her treatment and...


The long road to creating edgy theater

Until now the Blue Barn Theatre has been like Omaha's many other small stage companies by operating on a shoestring in makeshift spaces. This grassroots passion project was born of a band of New York drama school transplants afire with the idea of starting their own troupe. Relying more on creativity, charity, thriftiness and ingenuity than real budgets, they mounted plays in rented and borrowed spaces. 



It’s All ‘In the Bones’

            The latest show running at SNAP productions on 33rd and California Street is entitled In the Bones by Cody Daigle.  In it, a young soldier returns home from serving in Afghanistan and ends his own life while grief settles over his family and the partner he leaves behind. In a series of scenes moving ahead a year at a time, loss transforms a family and sorrow finds a home in the bones of those he left...


Great Expectations

Summer is nearly over and the sights, sounds and smells of autumns’ approach come Sept. 23 are nearly everywhere.

Vacant public swimming pools are being drained while school buses, playgrounds and classrooms fill up with kids of all ages actually glad of a change of routine, scenery and faces…at least for now.

At farmer markets everywhere, foodies are turning their noses up at corn no longer sweet and carrots more...

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