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Holy Black Widow, Batman!

 

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Ourtown

Our Town is Must-See

I’ve got less than a month to convince everyone I know to see Thorton Wilder’s Our Town at the Blue Barn or miss the theater experience of a lifetime.

Yesterday, I doubted playwright Edward Albee’s dubbing it America’s greatest play. After seeing the work of director Susan Clement-Toberer and a wonderful cast, I wondered how I’d lived so long and seen so much theater without realizing that Albee was right.

That’s...


Once

ONCE

Maybe you tried to buy show tickets on Broadway a few years ago and discovered that only two hits demanded full price: Book of Mormon and ONCE. All the rest were half price and that’s about what you’ll pay now in Omaha to see this award-winning love story of the Irish musician and Czech immigrant. A half dozen groups that hand out accolades for the best musical picked this romance where the actors all play their...


Brigit

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

You might contend that plays by Wallace Shawn are an acquired taste. He dwells in long conversations, words and thoughts from self-contemplative minds. In the case of the three souls revealed in 1996’s The Designated Mourner the ruminations subtly but gradually reveal some kind of perverted version of our own society. You may have seen the 1997 David Hare-directed film starring  Mike Nichols, Miranda Richardson, and...


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Artists! Sustain Thyself!

(Artist Sustainability: In April, Reader ran a feature on sustainable art, that is, art dedicated to drawing attention to social, economic and environmental issues. Beginning in May, we are publishing a two-part story on an issue even nearer and dearer to all in the creative class, artist sustainability. Part one below concentrates on non-degree colleges, programs and venues that enable especially emerging artists...


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