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The Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference Celebrates 20 years.


Leaving a Legacy


The Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference Celebrates 20 years.

This article is a form of oppression.

Think about it. I write the information that I want to convey, you sit there and read it, and you don’t get to comment on it until long after I’ve had my say and moved on with my life. UNO Professor Dr. Doug Patterson would probably not approve of this form of exchange.

That is why he is busy organizing the 20th iteration of the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed (PTO)...

Leaving a Legacy

            Walking around the backstage shop of the Omaha Community Playhouse, set builders are hard at work creating the upcoming musical Young Frankenstein by Mel Brooks. They’re making gigantic cofins, painting large landscapes, sanding down staircases, and building a massive hayrack on bouncy springs for ‘ze roll in ze hay’. Checking in on the progress and showing me around the shop are the shows directors,...

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Theatre Year in Review

2013 was defined by change. Many theatres, large and small, found themselves in the midst of transition. The Omaha Community Playhouse is half-way through the  Carl Beck/Susie Baer Collins swan song as they prepare to finish their final season at the helm of the organization. On the heels of their departure wa the announcement of Hilary Adams as Carl Beck’s Successor. How the New York-based director will acclimate...

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