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A duck tale delight.

 

Catching all the angles

 

Depth and dimension.

 

An immersion in power and talent.

 

Peering into the sunlight and shadows within Cloud 9.

 

Tricky Dick at Barn

 

Portraits of the artists as no longer young

 

Entertaining and Educational

 

Theatre magic for all ages at The Rose.

 

The wild, wild mid-West

 

Speaking the speeches trippingly on the tongue

Amid solemn, unfurnished rooms of Joslyn Castle, voices are raised and colorfully dressed bodies swirl, evoking words, ideas and drama that Shakespeare wrote. Here Brigit Saint Brigit Theatre Company seeks to personify many such dimensions and characters. Scott Kurz has taken charge of the complexities by stitching together multiple fabrics of famed plays into what he calls Tyger’s Hart (a title not explained in the...


The feast

Have a little priest

Exceptionally skilled acting at Shelterbelt Theatre makes The Feast by Celine Song an impressive display of talent. And it appears that director Noah Diaz has done much to make the piece provocative.

This unusual and far-out script looks like a worthwhile experiment whose recipe is still in the trial-and-error stage. The script has so many slightly connected ideas and variations on the essence of the matter that...


Astonishments

Kwaidan materializes magnificently at UNO Theatre. This evocation of Japanese Ghosts and Demons comes alive. The Immersive Journey compels in its conception. In its realization.

Credit visiting director Izumi Ashizawa and UNO director Dr. Cindy Melby Phaneuf for a brilliant and fascinating experience.  

Remarkable visual effects, choreography, costumes and perfectly integrated style make this rare and memorable....


Truth could make you free.

These are days of holy observances. The celebration of Easter and the solemn sorrow of Good Friday have just passed. The rites of Passover soon will be observed. The beliefs inherent in these times have called for and will call for ideas, thoughts, concepts. Interpretations proliferate.

Playwright Lucas Hnath goes there in his insightful and provocative play The Christians now superbly revealed at Bluebarn Theatre,...


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