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No Fear of Errors for Comedy Director

So what if it’s the first time for Vincent Carlson-Brown taking charge of a full-scale production of a Shakespearean classic. He not only brings plenty of directing experience, but the confidence that comes with careful preparation.

The University of Nebraska at Omaha grad is “very thankful for the opportunity” to guide his “biggest project to date,” but anyone with doubts about his ability need only talk to one...


Brighter Outlook for Brigit

Last year as summer began, we didn’t know where the Brigit St. Brigit Theatre company would perform in the fall after leaving the Downtown Space shared with the Blue Barn. Now, nearing its 20th anniversary season, the future looks brighter for Brigit.

Not that long after we learned about plans for the Barn to build its own space following a 23rd season that saw the Old Market company add a development staffer,...


<p>  An image by Rob Liledahl for Heather Sticka's

‘Dirty Haiku’ project goes live at House of Loom…

“It is not easy, to think about you always, I am left bereft.” Poet Heather Sticka’s favorite of her “Dirty Haiku Project”—not as sexy as some—“Hot water, pink skin, cherry blossom and rose smells, Bubble clad beauty;” “Your kiss surprises. Push me up against the wall. Take me. Oh, god…Yes…” Last winter, Lincoln-based musician (Tsumi) Sticka began writing the sensual prose via text message to cheer up a friend,...


Bard Get Bloody in Elmwood Park

Daggers and axes and swords, oh my! It’s a bloody Julius Caesar that opens this summer’s free Nebraska Shakespeare Festival Thursday in Elmwood Park behind the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus.

The Bard calls for “three and thirty” stabbings in the six-man dagger assault on the title Roman, so director Alan Klem, a co-founder who heads the festival, plans to show the audience that “It’s a very bloody...


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