The Rose’s Guehring Receives National Honor

Awards season has begun early thanks to The Rose Theater’s Director of Education and Playwright-in-residence Brian Guehring. Guehring has been awarded the 2013 Lin Wright Special Recognition Citation by the American Alliance for Theater and Education (or AATE).

The AATE has announced Guehring will receive its highest honor for his work founding and directing the Pride Players as well as his work at The Rose...

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Pick: Survival/Shaabwiiwin & RATSS

June 20

Survival/Shaabwiiwin & RATSS

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

12 and Leavenworth

6-9 p.m. Artist Talk, 7 p.m.

bemiscenter.org

 

The Bemis Center continues its Third Thursday of the month series of summer art openings featuring two artists who specialize in 3D and new media. Gina Adams, a 2012 Bemis Juried Exhibition winner, focuses on her mixed heritage of Ojibwa and Lakota, Lithuanian and...

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Shakespeare in Seuss-Punk Style

Don’t expect your father’s Twelfth Night in Elmwood Park this weekend. You may have seen Sarah Carlson-Brown before in Shakespearean comedy, but not like this. When her Olivia falls in love she breaks into “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.

And she’s costumed like Lady Gaga. That’s how director Anthony Clark-Kaczmarek, in his Nebraska Shakespeare on the Green debut, converts Elizabethan romance into an...

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Whether Bruised or Bloodied, The Show Must Go On!

For all actors, getting injured during the run of show is something that comes with the territory of live theatre. Through the weeks of rehearsal and performances, the physical grind that an actor puts his or her body through can be monumental. If an injury occurs, more often than not we play through the pain and find a way for the show to go on. Just ask Noah Diaz or Nick Zadina.

Diaz took an awkward tumble...

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Pick: Free Energy

June 19
Free Energy w/ Touch People
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$12 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

It's time to meet Free Energy, the cheesiest power-pop rockers that are actually ten times cooler than any of us will ever be. LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy produced their first album, the sugary sweet Stuck on Nothing and their latest album, Love Sign, ups the...

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Pick: Rogue Wave

June 14
Rogue Wave w/ Field Club
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $15, onepercentproductions.com

Zach Rogue's evolution from simple acoustic indie-pop novice to polished songwriting ace has been an interesting and satisfying development to hear. "Eyes", an acoustic strummer, and "Lake Michigan", a dreamier pop song, both provided hints of Rogue's pop smarts early on. While his early albums...

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Beethoven Variations and Transformations

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Free and Open to the Public
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SUNDAY 23
Mar, 23
INFLUENCE OF THE TIMES, Classical, Jazz, Romantic.
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Carmelo Galante, clarinet
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Million Dollar Quartet

TUESDAY 18 
Feb. 18-23
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
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409 S. 16th St.
Tues-Thurs: 7:30 p.m. Fri: 8 p.m. Sat: 2 & 8 p.m. Sun: ... more »


Outside The Lines: Unexpected Delights from Major Composers

SUNDAY 23
Feb. 23
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GNIT

THURSDAY 20
Feb. 20-Mar. 15
GNIT
Blue Barn Theatre
614 S. 11th St.
Tickets: $20-$25http://www.bluebarn.org
 

Norwegian playwright ... more »


Killing Them Softly: The Return of King Buzzo

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he Legendary Count Basie Orchestra featuring New York Voices

FRIDAY 14
Feb. 14
THE LEGENDARY COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING NEW YORK VOICES
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2200 Dodge St.
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THE GROCER’S GOBLIN & THE LITTLE MERMAID

FRIDAY 31
Jan. 31-Feb 16
THE GROCER’S GOBLIN & THE LITTLE MERMAID
The Rose Theater
2001 Farnam St.
Fri: 7 p.m. Sat: 2 & 5 p.m. Sun: 2 ... more »



The Truth About Caril

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


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 ... more »


So Bad, It’s Good

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What’s a Cthulhu?

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