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‘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

 

Shakespeare as you could like it

 

‘These Referents Register’

 
Everything was silent

‘I Heard She’s a Feminist’

Omaha artist Courtney Kenny Porto may not be the political activist one normally associates with feminism, but that doesn’t prevent her and her art from drawing attention to what it’s like to be a female on a more social and personal level.

Porto’s current exhibit, I Heard She’s a Feminist, which opens at the Connect Gallery Mar. 4 and continues to the 28th, should leave little doubt in the viewer’s mind, despite...


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The Grotesque is on Display in UNO’s “Freakshow’

            The UNO Theatre department will present Carson Kreitzer’s new play Freakshow this Friday, February 27th through March 7th at the Weber Fine Arts Building on the UNO campus on 60th and Dodge St.

            The show takes audiences to the turn of the century where a traveling Freakshow is slowly grinding to a halt. The times are changing and people just aren’t as interested in the grotesque as they used...


Contentiously Being Jewish.

As it turns out, the new, sensational, national theatre hit, Joshua Elias Harmon’ Bad Jews has a title with a double meaning. And, although, it’s called a comedy, multiple layers surface, making it more admirable and significant than you might think at first.

Although two young adult cousins viciously and vociferously tangle over a family heirloom, other elements heat up within their antagonism. The core issue...


Crazy Days in The Hospital

What happens when the inmates take over the asylum? The answer lies in wait within Ken Kesey’s outstanding, brilliant and original 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. But, for Kesey, that was not the major question nor the impulse to write it. And, although he considered himself a countercultural link between the Beat Generation of the 50s and hippies of the 60s, he was not trying to make points about tuning...


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