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Office games get serious

 

History in the Making

 

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‘These Referents Register’

 

Window Painting

 

Roll Over Beethoven

 

Major Major

 

Don’t Tell Mama

 

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Fine Fabric

Arts venue Kaneko has pulled out all the stops in its Fiber Show that opened Feb. 6.  Made up of six separate exhibits in this huge, two-floor space, this multi exhibition demonstrates a full array of fiber possibilities being created in the world.  Following the highly informative architecture exhibit that recently closed, it looks from here that the Kaneko has found its niche as purveyor of cutting-edge design for...


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Circle Theatre gathers around The Vagina Monologues

Circle Theatre is still on the move, and still taking on big challenges. This time it encompasses Eve Ensler’s controversial 1996 sensation The Vagina Monologues, directed by Omaha’s Ryle Smith. (http://www.rylesmith.com/bio.html

Evidently Ensler has been updating her scripts every so often. Consequently, this production may not entirely resemble one you’ve seen before. On her website (http://www.eveensler.org/)...


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The Rose Theater Brigade Wins National Award

The Rose Theater Brigade was selected as the winner of the 2015 Playbill Community Service Award, receiving a $1000 prize for their project. This award celebrates young performers from across the country who give back to their communities. The Rose Brigade presented the $1000 check to the Munroe-Meyer Institute in a public presentation on Thursday, Feb. 12 at The Rose Theater.

The Playbill Community Service Award...


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Jewish Cousins Battle at Barn

You might ask, if you’ve a mind to, could a play titled Bad Jews be an attempt to tackle anti-Semitism? Or be pro-Palestinian?  What? Are you kidding?  Nah. It’s about Jews defining those among them doing “something in direct opposition to Jewish law,” says (Jewish) playwright Joshua Elias Harmon whose New York debut opus hit the streets when he was 28. With what the New York Times calls “delectably savage humor,”...


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