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‘Sealed with a Kiss; 2005-2010’

 

‘Hair’ Today‚Ķ

 

‘Between the Lines’

 

At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

 

Silken seams proclaim and protect

 

‘Extravagant Fiction’

 

‘Au Contraire’

 

There is nothing like this Dane.

 

Office games get serious

 

History in the Making

 

Season’s Funniest Play Tenor, Tartuffe or?

In less than a week, Theatre Arts Guild voters must pick their favorites from 150 or so nominees in 39 productions. I saw 30 of the 39, and many others that weren’t nominated, including some that were badly neglected on the ballots.

Of the three funniest plays I saw, only Lend Me a Tenor (Omaha Community Playhouse) received appropriate recognition, with nods for best comedy, director, two lead actors, a...


Optical Delusions

Not since the extraordinary Signal Channel exhibition which the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts showcased in 2005, has there been such a display of video art in Omaha as that currently on display in the venue’s Underground.

While Signal Channel was essentially a survey of the art form over a 50+ year period, and virtually a who’s who in the medium, Bemis’ current show is proof positive that video art is...


No Woolf Fear for Marr and Markey

As the summer musicals blossom in the burbs and comic book characters pack onomatopoetic punches at the Shelterbelt, the Circle Theater asks the question, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Apparently Mike Markey and Laura Marr fear not the Edward Albee classic because they’re playing George and Martha, the acid-tongued couple once performed by Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. Director Denise Chapman also has Haley...


<p>  Photo of one of Jaim Hackbart's VISION TREE project's written tags of dreams.</p>

Tugboat Presents closes…Peerless opens Log Lines…

Midtown’s gallery, Tugboats Presents, is now closed. The owners are seeking new space but have not announced plans for further exhibitions. The show planned for July (Mark Andrew Stephan’s Revelation) has been cancelled.

Midtown’s Peerless Gallery opens Heidi Bartlett’s Log Lines July 13. The artist, currently working in Raymond Nebraska on Branched Oak Farm, takes interest in the “marks, bodies, light, action,...


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