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Jewish Cousins Battle at Barn

 

‘Midwestward’ Bound

 

Faith, Hope and Love

 

‘Brand New’ at New BLK

 

Lead Actor Sam Lips Talks ‘Pippin’

 

Wearable Wonders

 

Get Real at MAM

 

Secret Garden

 

‘I Heard She’s a Feminist’

 

Contentiously Being Jewish.

 

GPTC Brings Life to Burlington Depot

They’ll soon be doing Dostoyevsky in the cavernous hulk that once housed the Burlington Depot, but now two actors fling a Frisbee across the vast mosaic floor as light streams in the four-story atrium. They’re passing time before rehearsing the play Raskol, based on the novel Crime and Punishment.

If you’d said nostalgic goodbyes to the Burlington, thank Kevin Lawler and the Great Plains Theater Conference for...


‘Big Sky Paintings’

Omaha native Vincent Hron has made his mark in the larger art world. The Bloomsburg University Professor returns to Omaha with his paintings of post-modern sublime, now on view at Anderson O’Brien Gallery in the Old Market. He brings with him a conceptually interesting and technically skilled body of work.

“These are ‘Big Sky’ paintings,” Hron said. “They might have a Romantic quality like Turner or Friedrich,...


Blurring the Lines

If you enter the Bemis Underground in May “expecting the unexpected,” you are forgiven the cliché. This alternative venue’s current exhibit, Out of In Focus is no exception. Even its paradoxical title warns the viewer of preconceptions. How can one keep something out of/in focus, let alone appreciate the process and the results.

There is much to appreciate in this challenging exhibit which features large panel...


Missed Musicals Make Way for Song Cycle

Robbie Burns told me there would be weeks like this when the best-laid plans of mice and men would fall victim to the unexpected. And some lesser mortal made the point that the show and the weekly column must go on.

The plan? Review Spring Awakening Thursday at the Blue Barn, then catch Happy Days at the Chanticleer Community Theater in Council Bluffs. Troubled teens, than back to the ‘50s, as the headline...


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