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Legally Blonde, 1776 Join Lips & Teeth

Alert readers with eidetic memories caught me promising to make the case that this might be called a golden age for theater here. But I didn’t pin down a date to get it done, so consider the following excuse for a delay.

Ideally, all three openings this weekend would be delivered by directors whose work would support my hint that women directors are the 24-carat keys to the golden age claim. They’d add to the...

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Omaha’s Andy Now in New Normal

Now that we’re seeing Andy Rannells daily in promos for The New Normal, don’t be a johnny-come-lately and say, “Yeah, he’s the Creighton Prep grad who starred in that big Broadway hit, Book of Mormon.

Maybe you saw him first during the London Olympics as NBC began pushing the new television sitcom. A clip showed Andy as Bryan Buckley with his male partner as both volunteered when asked, “Who is going to be the...

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<p> Pick: Elements and Principles: Works on Clay and Paper

Sept. 14
Elements and Principles: Works on Clay and Paper
RNG Gallery, 157 W. Broadway, Council Bluffs
7-10pm reception, exhibit thru Oct. 7, FREE
712.256.4140, dixiequicks.com

James Freeman is known for his exploration with various two-dimensional media to create dreamlike figures. For this show the currently Omaha-based artist is exhibiting surreal figurative drawings in graphite, charcoal, pastel and...

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Music, Exhibits and Dance, Oh My!

BALLET NEBRASKA

Ballet and opera are two great art forms that work great together. New this season, Ballet Nebraska hits the stage with Opera Omaha. Artistic Director Erika Overturff said the ballet will join the opera on all of its productions this season: La Traviata, The Magic Flute and Bluebeard’s Castle.

Highlights this fall include the company’s annual mixed repertory program, Momentum. The production...

A Trip Back to the Gilded Age

One of the most legendary books of all time comes to Omaha, in what the library hopes will be a city wide book club.

The Age of Innocence, Edith Wharton’s Pulitzer Prize winning, 1920 novel about forbidden romance in the Gilded Age Old New York, was chosen as the 2012 Omaha Reads Program book. The program is a local version of “One book, One city,” a national program that aims to get entire cities reading the...

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