November Theater Picks

November 3-17 The Secret Garden UNO Theatre, Weber Fine Arts Building, 6001 Dodge Street www.unomaha.edu/unotheatre A heartwarming musical about discovery and friendship. This enchanting classic of children’s literature is reimagined in brilliant musical style by composer Lucy Simon and Marsha Norman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright […]

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If the Show Fits…

            Now running through February 14th, Love, Loss, and What I Wore by Nora and Delia Ephron is a collection of stories from several women retelling their lives’ struggles and celebrations with the common thread of the outfits they wore for each occasion. The play is a readers’ theatre piece […]

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Nameless Hilarity

The latest play from Omaha-based playwright Ellen Struve at the Shelterbelt Theatre is called Untitled Series #7: A Comedy. While an initial look at the title leads one to think the playwright was indecisive in their naming of the show, Struve gave insight on what’s in a name. “I really couldn’t find a title for […]

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Teens Tackle ‘The Big C’

            On Sept. 10, The Rose Theater’s Teens N Theater program kickdc off its season with a production of Zink: The Myth, The Legend, The Zebra. Director Stephanie Jacobson says the show is an imaginative, funny, and heartbreaking play about true courage in the face of unpredictable predators.             “It’s about […]

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Stamp Collecting Never Looked So Good

When you think of absorbing and suspenseful shows with tight plots and quick dialogue, you normally don’t expect them to be about stamp collecting. Then again, Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck is anything but your typical show. The first show in the Omaha Playhouse’s 91st season, Mauritius revolves around two half-sisters who inherit a potentially valuable […]

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