“Psycho” Author Berry Talks Happiness, Relationships, and Rupaul

            “Psychos aren’t dated. They’re created.”

            So says the tagline of Beaufield Berry’s new play Psycho Ex Girlfriend that premieres this weekend at Shelterbelt Theatre and runs through May 12th. The play’s journey to Shelterbelt started over 2 years ago when it was featured with other works at the Howard Drew Theatre as part of a New Timey Radio Hour podcast. The show was then featured as part...

entered on 04/16/13 at 10:39 PM | read more »


Movie Magic in the Midlands

Bruce Crawford, Film Historian, said his first film event occurred almost by happenstance.

“In 1992, exactly 20 years ago at this time, Ray Harryhausen, the special effects legend, got a Lifetime Achievement Oscar and I was with him for all of that. I’d been a big fan, friend and supporter of his for a long, long time. And I thought, ‘Wow, he’s getting more recognition now than ever. Maybe now is the time to see...

entered on 04/16/13 at 08:56 PM | read more »


Noah’s Ark Was A Spaceship

            Noah’s Ark Was A Spaceship has been quiet for a while, but that’s all about to end. The local indie band has finally returned with a new record after a brief hiatus in 2012. Titled You Need You, it’s a welcome return from a band that has collected a slew of fans in its short existence. After a lineup change in 2012, the band recommences once again as a trio comprised of Rick Black, John Svatos...

entered on 04/16/13 at 04:21 PM | read more »


Pick: Jukebox the Ghost

April 19
Jukebox The Ghost w/ Pretty & Nice
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$12 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

Jukebox the Ghost is a shapeshifting band of modern indie-poppers, willing to graft rubbery 80s R&B uplift or polyrhythmic world-music styling to their propulsive pop songs. The Brooklyn-based trio's shifting sound has allowed them to share the stage with Ben...

entered on 04/16/13 at 03:52 PM | read more »


Pick: April 23 Poli├ža

April 23
Poliça w/ Night Moves
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $14, onepercentproductions.com

The collaboration of vocalist Channy Leaneagh and restless Minneapolis musician Ryan Olson (Gayngs, Marijuana Deathsquads) has quickly built a head of steam on the dichotomy of the smoldering, subdued electro-pop of their 2012 debut album, Give Up the Ghost, and a live show that reportedly burns...

entered on 04/16/13 at 03:25 PM | read more »


Julie Thorsen - Connect Gallery

April 19-20, 2013
Julie Thorsen
Earth Day Oil Painting

Connect Gallery and Studios
3901 Leavenworth Street
402-991-8234, http://www.facebook.com/#!/tom.sitzman.5?fref=ts

Celebrate Earth Day at Connect Gallery. April 19 and 20 will feature oil painting instruction with Julie Thorsen. All materials will be provided for $50. Come for one or two days. Connect Gallery is located on the Filed Club Trail. Bring...

entered on 04/16/13 at 03:23 AM | read more »


Doin’ it for Sugar and Bette Swanson

The musical Sugar sports one song with a fighting chance to send you home singing its title, “Doin’ It For Sugar.” Change that slightly to “doin’ it for Bette” and it comes closer to the spirit of a preview performance at the Bellevue Little Theatre.

A pre-show tribute honored Bette Swanson, its producer who is stepping down from that role after producing 27 years at the BLT, including two earlier goes at this...

entered on 04/13/13 at 05:09 PM | read more »


Page 36 of 179 pages ‹ First  < 34 35 36 37 38 >  Last ›

Sign up for GoodDealOmaha!


African Culture Connection


Grios, Girlfriends and Sistahs


Grios, Girlfriends and Sistahs


Grios, Girlfriends and Sistahs


Beethoven Variations and Transformations


The Battle of Battles


BOEING BOEING


Infleunce of the Times-Symphony Joslyn



The Truth About Caril

It was the case that shattered innocence and struck fear into an entire nation, inspired artists like Terrence Malick ...


Murder he wrote

South Omaha native son David Krajicek’s crime writing has branded him Mr. Murder, so it’s only apt he looks the heavy ...


So Bad, It’s Good

Stop by the PS Collective at 6056 Maple Street this Thursday, August 4th at 7 p.m. for the Omaha Poetry Slam Team ...


What’s a Cthulhu?

*Fans of horror, monsters and strange illustrations take note: artist Michael Bukowski is illustrating every monster ...