Pushing the Artform and Connecting Communities

Now into it’s 8th year, the Great Plains Theatre Conference continues to evolve into one of the premiere theatrical experiences both locally and nationally. The conference gathers top national artists and playwrights that respond and give feedback to new works from across the country while also hosting workshops for emerging writers to help craft their voices. Equally important, Producing Artistic Director Kevin...

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The Hood Internet

             The mash-up phenomenon exploded when Girl Talk hit the scene and in 2007, two friends from Chicago decided they could do it, too. So they put up a music blog and called it The Hood Internet. Six years later, Steve Reidell (STV SLV) and Aaron Brinx (ABX) have boiled down mash-ups into an exact science. Taking indie rock and, often times, “crunk” rap, they smoosh them together, a formula which has...

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Martin Sexton

             Like Neil Young, Tom Petty and many other acoustic musicians before him, Martin Sexton finds solace in the simple act of strumming a guitar. Whether it’s sitting on a rock at the Grand Canyon or on stage in front of thousands of people, if Sexton has his guitar, he’s going to be alright. The 47-year-old singer-songwriter has collaborated with everyone from John Mayer to Peter Frampton. He blends...

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Joslyn’s Young Art Patrons 9th Annual Art Crawl

May 17, 2013
Joslyn's Young Art Patrons 9th Annual Art Crawl
7 PM

Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St.
Regular hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat, 10 am - 4 pm, Thurs 10 am - 8 pm, Sun noon - 4 pm, Closed Mon and major holidays; Free to members, children under 4, Sat 10 am – noon;
General Admissions: $8 adults, $6 college students with ID & sr. citizens (62+), $5 age 5 – 17;
Joslyn Art Museum announces free general...

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Addams Family and Gearing Up for Great Plains

            In 1933 Charles Addams published his first cartoon in the New Yorker when was just 21. Over the course of nearly six decades, he became known as one of the magazines most cherished contributors. Today, he’s most widely known for his characters that came to be called The Addams Family, a group that evolved into multiple television shows, motion pictures, and now a Broadway Musical that opens this week...

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Wow! 4-Star Comedy Smash Hit at Barn

It’s too bad Ben Beck wasn’t overweight when he started rehearsing as the leading man in The 39 Steps. He’d have shed any extra pounds during its six-week run at the Blue Barn.

Instead he gains the chance to be a 1930s Hollywood hero ala Alfred Hitchcock, whose portly presence even shows up silhouetted in as fast-paced an action comedy as you’ll ever see on stage. He’s helped by a comely and curvaceous Kirstin...

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Tapestries to celebrate neighborhoods

The play's still the thing with the Great Plains Theatre Conference but organizers are making a concerted effort to expand theater's definition in order to connect more people to it.

The May 26-29 PlayFest is the Metropolitan Community College conference's answer to making theater more accessible. That means staging works at nontraditional sites, including one along the riverfront, and, new this year, holding...

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