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She’s Having Nun of It

 

Summer Camp

 

River Runs Through It

 

‘The Dark & Stormy’

 

‘You Are Here’

 

‘Brandon Ballengee: Collapse’

 

Photo Synthesis

 

‘Pop Meets Street’

 

Holy Black Widow, Batman!

 
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Bemis under the Rainbow…Vinton Universally Human festival…Agrarian Art in Florence…

The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts announced the launch of Michael Jones McKean's The Rainbow: Certain Principles of Light and Shapes Between Forms, a series of twice-daily summer visual events where a rainbow created using sunlight, renewable energy and captured rainwater, will appear. Tours, art talks and an exhibition catalogue will accompany the work which has been in progress by the former Bemis...


Meet Beasley’s Boys Next Door

Add Amy Laaker to the long list of capable women directors who do so much to make theater here strong and diverse. She brought The Boys Next Door back to the John Beasley Theater and created a warmhearted evening with four men who completely disappear into their roles as mentally handicapped residents of a group home.

Aided by their supervisor so ably played by Brent Spencer, their lives unfold in brief...


First Omaha Run for Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening won eight Tony awards and four Olivier honors, so it’s surprising that we haven’t had a chance to see it in Omaha. The Blue Barn remedies that glaring absence with its production of the musical opening this weekend.

A few of you, including the Barn’s music director and accompanist, Mitch Fuller, drove down to Lincoln for its brief stop there which sold out quickly. Producing and artistic...


Bringing back the Benson Theatre

The roaring 1920’s meant a lot of new things in America. It was a coming-of-age era which saw flappers redefining modern womanhood, jazz music flourishing, and the rise of community theatres. That nationwide liberation appeared locally as well, with the foundation of what was then known as the Benalto Theatre in Benson in 1923. In 1927 it was called the Benson Theatre, and belonged to a chain of neighborhood...


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