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Lazy-i Podcast Ep. 3 - March 4!

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Jesus Christ Superstar

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Be Besties with Your Beasties

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It’s a lonely old town

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The Grotesque is on Display in UNO’s “Freakshow’

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News You Can Use — Good, Bad, Ugly

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Kevin Devine & the Goddamn Band

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Max Gets Buff

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Jewish Cousins Battle at Barn

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Dancers on the edge of the fiery furnace

What the Devil? The Omaha Symphony performs “Conga-Line In Hell” ? Huh? The answers to these questions and more lie in wait at the next Symphony Joslyn concert. Re that title, it comes from Uruguayan composer Miguel del Aguila who wrote the piece in 1994 evidently just for kicks. It’s bound to seem grotesque and wild because, given where the dancers are “they have no reason to hold back” says program-book annotator...

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Cassandra
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A fresh, but tradition-inspired look and listen re Billie Holiday.

Cassandra Wilson, “America’s Best Singer” said Time Magazine when she was 46, keeps on exploring new realms of American music. She has a new project exploring the legacy and the soul of Billie Holiday.

With the 100th birthday of that Lady but one month on the near horizon, Wilson seeks to invoke and honor the spirit that became a legend in a concert called Coming Forth Day by Day a “collection of musical spells,...

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Pippin
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Lead Actor Sam Lips Talks ‘Pippin’

Flying into the Orpheum Theatre through Sunday March 8th is the National Broadway Tour of the revival of Pippin by Stephen Schwartz. Back on the Broadway stage for the first time in 40 years, Pippin tells the story of the oldest son of Charlemagne as he searches for meaning in his existence. Does he choose a happy but simple life or does he risk everything for a small flash of glory?  Under the direction of Tony...

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Wearable Wonders

No need to go naked in Omaha, what with all the attention to gorgeous fabric at our local galleries. Anderson O’Brien Fine Art joins the party this weekend with one of its seasonal wearable art shows. From March 5-7, the gallery presents the jackets of Mieko Mintz.

Mieko, a Japanese native who opened her first store in New York in 1999, is widely regarded for her mastery using the Southeast Asian art of kantha, a...

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March Issue Now on Stands

The concept of design carries different meanings in various fields, but it’s fundamentally about what brings together the elements of form and function. From the clothes on our back to the layout of our cities, from the smallest of logos to the most complex facilities, the work of designers in a multitude of disciplines is everywhere you look. The Reader surveyed five design professionals from different disciplines...

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