The African Children’s Choir Coming to Omaha

In Arts, on August 8th, 2017

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This Sunday, August 13, Omaha will be visited by the African Children’s Choir, a vibrant group of performers with a humanitarian mission. The choir was founded over 30 years ago by Ray Barnett of Vancouver, B.C. Canada after a humanitarian trip to Uganda during the Idi Amin’s bloody regime.

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Chance to Play with the Omaha Symphony

In Arts, on August 8th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Performing Arts and Omaha Symphony are experimenting with a new event, the Rusty Musician Experience. Amateur musicians will be given a chance to play alongside members of the Omaha symphony.

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Omaha Moth Night

In Arts, on July 27th, 2017

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Film Streams Celebrates 10 Years

In Arts, on July 25th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—Film Streams is a local non-profit organization dedicated to bringing independent, classic, and the best contemporary film to Omaha. They’ve been screening at the Ruth Sokolof theatre since 2007, and going on now is their 10th anniversary celebration, “Ten for Ten”.

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Story to Stage: B.O.O.B. Girls Premieres at the JCC

In Arts, on July 25th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—July 22, the Circle Theatre will premiere an original musical at the Jewish Community Center, The Burned out Old Broads, BOOB Girls for short. The show is based on the eponymous book series by local author, Joy Johnson, and blends comedy, romance, adventure and mystery—and begins in a retirement community.

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Open House/Open Studios: Behind-the-Scenes at the Bemis

In Arts, on July 18th, 2017

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“Open Studios is an opportunity two fold, not only for the public to kind of see the behind the scenes of how a residency works… but it’s also an opportunity for the artists to put work out in front of the public and get feedback,” said Kranker, Residency Program Manager at the Bemis.

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