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Barn’s Bugs Not Pleasant But Powerful

Seeing four plays in less than a week was my autumnal pleasure, but it turns out I’m reviewing the least pleasant of the bunch, Bug at the Blue Barn. Not that there’s anything wrong with being unpleasantly provocative.

            If I want pleasant, I can walk my dog and savor the fall colors. If I want to think about the redeeming value of a provocative drama by Tracy Letts, I can watch director Susan...


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“Resonant Tide”

Creighton University’s current exhibit, Resonant Tide, on view at its Lied Art Gallery, welcomes a broad appreciation for creativity through traditional and contemporary perspectives of its faculty and alumnus.

 

Part celebratory of Creighton’s new president Timothy R. Lannon, S.J. (the first Creighton alumnus to head the University), the exhibit is also a tribute to the creative achievements of the school...


MONA exhibits…Omaha artist news…

The Museum of Nebraska Art recently opened The Oregon Trail:  Francis Parkman’s Collection of Native American Cartes de Visite running through December 17.  The exhibit includes journals detailing the artist’s Oregon Trail visit.  Why Is It Art? through April 2012 explores how styles in art have evolved and what influences artists; with selections from the Museum’s collection. MONA celebrates the 100th anniversary...


Bug’s Intensity Relieved by Levity

The Blue Barn calls the play Bug “a psycho thriller,” and others have called it “every bit as sleazy and violent’ as Killer Joe, another drama by Tracy Letts.

            One source warned against “violence, nudity and cigarette smoke,” while another simply said, “Don’t bring anyone who likes clean escape entertainment” to this “blood-drenched thriller.” And 24 hours before it was to open off-Broadway, Amanda...


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