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Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena

 

‘Woolf’ is a Beast of a Challenge

 

‘Art in Motion:’

 

Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

 

Park Avenue Pride

 

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

 

Heavy Metal Magic

 

Our Town is Must-See

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 
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Girl Crazy

The New BLK Ad Agency, Art Gallery, and Creative Think Tank is an “all boys house” according to Shawn Bainbridge, co-owner. This makes the venue an even more interesting site for Les Femmes Folles: VOICE the current feminist art exhibition now on view.

Curated by Sally Deskins and Megan Loudon Sanders, the exhibition features work by Marcia Joffe-Bouska, Sally Deskins, Wanda Ewing, Kristin Lubbert, Jewel Noll,...


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Sculptor Sidney Buchanan shows careers worth of work…

Artist Sidney Buchanan is known for his enormous public sculptural work around the city—at University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha Public Schools administration center, Eppley Airfield, Gene Leahy Mall, University of Nebraska Media Center, Joslyn Art Museum and more. His work, including drawing and smaller wood sculptures, is also collected in private collections nationwide. This weekend, he is hosting a retrospective...


Thinking Provoked by Brigit, Shelterbelt

It’s intriguing to encounter plays by Samuel Beckett and Omahan Aaron Zavitz on consecutive days, something you can experience by visiting Brigit St. Brigit’s new space downtown at 10th & Dodge and the Shelterbelt Theatre at  3225 California.

Yes, Beckett’s more established than Zavitz, but the former’s Krapp’s Last Tape has strong appeal in common with the latter’s premiering Intelligentsia. They provoke...


Stanley Yells “STELLA,” Tevye Returns

Two contrasting classics, the musical Fiddler on the Roof at the Orpheum, and the Tennessee Williams’ tragedy, Streetcar Named Desire at the Omaha Community Playhouse, share appeals that never grow old.

High on my list of favorite moments in Playhouse history took place far from Omaha when the father and mother of native son Marlon Brando saw him win the longest standing ovation in Broadway history when their...


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