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Haunted Irish Cling Together

 

Shock of Hair

 

Hurricane Donna

 

Inner Demons

 

‘Costume’ Made Design

 

Irish Ghost Story

 

A Contemporary ‘Superstar’

 

Like Father, Unlike Son

 

Omaha Fashion Week

 

Lead Actor Sam Lips Talks ‘Pippin’

 

UNO students show at The Hive…First Friday in Omaha…

A dozen University of Nebraska-Omaha art students at The Hive opens August 31, including live painting demonstrations and music by Optimal Eleven.

September 2 openings in Omaha:  Bill Hoover’s new work at Coriander in the lower level of the Old Market Passageway.  The artist is known for his fresh and meditative images of abstract worlds in oil and sand.  Turning and Returning at the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery...


Mysteries Return Minus Flood Water

If you were absent from Omaha all summer, the daily gave you a measure of the rising Missouri River in a series of photos that showed the flood water climbing ever higher on the Salute to Labor statue of workmen, a site seen from Rick’s Boatyard Café.

            So it was good to hear that you won’t need a canoe or even hip waders to catch Manya and Randy Nogg’s new interactive mystery at their River Front...


Seeing Is Believing

Is it any wonder that viewers approach the exotic photography of Italian artist Roberto Kusterle and ask the inevitable question, “How did he do that?”

 

Given Kusterle’s own fascination with surreal scenarios and hybrid realities, it’s only natural that one would respond to this illusionist-for that is what the photographer surely is—in this manner.

         

After all, art and magic depend greatly on a...


Drama-deprived? Coming after Musicals

If you belong to that peculiar tribe bugged by musical theater, you will be drama-deprived until the end of September when Bug opens at the Blue Barn and Gogol’s The Inspector General visits the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

            Those two join Next Fall, a play at SNAP! Productions featuring male lovers split by religious faith. Tracy Letts wrote Bug, which won off-Broadway honors for the story of a...


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