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Area Schools Learn a ‘Wicked’ Way to Stop Bullying


In the Drawing Room


Living in the Material World….


Buffalo Bill Strides Again


Seeing is Believing


Little Women Stand Tall at Playhouse


A Vintage Valentine


‘Artist on Fire’


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2015 OEAA Visual Arts Nominee Exhibit opens at RNG Gallery Jan.9

<p>“The Minutes and the Months,” Nicholas Bohac </p>

2011 A Space Odyssey

Landscape artists and sculptors generally have one thing in common despite their different mediums, and that is space. They either make us more aware of the space we live in or fill it up with objects that make it more livable. Much artwork from both is mostly representational, figurative or merely decorative. Less mainstream is the contemporary artist who treats said space conceptually and makes it an integral...

<p>Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s The Nutcracker will be performed at the Orpheum Theater’s Slosburg Hall Dec. 10-11, 2011.  </p>

Omaha Performing Arts announces 2011-2012 Season Line-up

Click here for the full 2011-2012 Omaha Performing Arts Season Omaha Performing Arts has announced its 2011-2012 season, and this year the organization brings their four traditional series — Broadway, Dance, Jazz and Popular — and introduces a new series, Family, to the stage. OPA’s popular Broadway Series is anchored by Jersey Boys and Fiddler on the Roof, and also includes the Blue Man Group and Rock of...

Cold Cream

* It didn't seem possible to follow the opening of Les Miserables with a completely different type of performance that provided a comparable glow of appreciation of its power and beauty. But it happened on the opening night of Tuesdays with Morrie at the Omaha Community Playhouse. I thought I'd seen Bill Hutson at his best 17 years ago in M. Butterfly. But that was before witnessing his brilliant portrayal of...

Hystery Mystery

A couple in the front row dropped out of Theatre Hystery 101 after Act One. I didn't blame them at the time. I was tempted to join them. Words like "crime against humanity" and "criminal mischief" came to mind, not to mention the thought that one of my favorite companies, Brigit Saint Brigit, had reached an all-time low. Then I noticed that the intermission featured the three actors who committed the playwriting...

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