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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

 

Great songs highlight “Man of La Mancha” at The Playhouse.

Mitch Leigh wrote wonderful Spanish-tinged melodies full of color, tenderness and charm for his 1964 collaboration with lyricist Joe Darion in Man of La Mancha. Hear them soar, sparkle and resonate in Omaha Community Playhouse’s lively, earnest production of the show.

They keep on coming, the stirring title song, the lovely “Dulcinea,” wonderfully intertwined “I’m/We’re Only Thinking of Him,” sweet “I Like Him,”...


See Pete romp. Hear good songs

Ah yes, it’s the first day of school. And the kids, kitties really, gather for kindergarten not knowing what to expect.  Don’t worry. There’s nothing scary. They’re going to have fun. Expect to have a lot yourself at world-premiering Pete The Cat, The Musical colorfully taking center stage at The Rose.

The show steps lively and sounds really good because Allison Leyton-Brown wrote a bunch of cute songs, and all get...


Spam

The Playhouse Gets a Lot Out of Spamalot

Omaha Community Theatre has done it again. In spades. Well, not really in spades. Clubs, perhaps? No. No. That doesn’t work. Hearts? How can anything be in hearts? Bloody absurd. Diamonds, then? Yes, I say, that’s good. Shining, shimmering, sparkling. Those words fit the production of Monty Python’s Spamalot to a tea.

From the moment the curtain rises on the “Fisch Schlapping Song “ you know you’re faced with...


Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena

The minute you sit on the periphery of Jim Othuse’s well-furnished, substantial-looking living room at Community Playhouse’s Howard Drew Theatre you know that there’s a kind of truth to be witnessed.  What lies ahead are circa three hours of dynamic, compelling life made vivid and real by a fine quartet of Omaha actors.

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf takes over the stage, grabbing your attention....


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