Movement Series’ ‘mode of being’

In Arts, on March 29th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—This weekend, Tbd. Dance Collective returns to Kaneko for the next installment of the Movement Series, “mode of being.” Now officially a non-profit, the modern dance troupe’s productions have expanded along with their role in the community.

Featuring Co-Directors of Tbd. Kat Fackler and Stephanie Hittner

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Omaha Zine Fest This Weekend

In Arts, on March 15th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Zine Fest is this Saturday at the Union for Contemporary Art, featuring all things DIY print media. With about 100 tabling from across the country, it’s not the sort of work you’d see in, say, Conde Nast.

Featuring Co-Organizers Andrea Kay and Daphne Calhoun

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‘Bright Half Life’ Opens at OutrSpaces

In Arts, on March 15th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—In its short lifetime to date, OUTRSpaces has become a welcoming home for Omaha’s music performances, discussions, and theater. Though not equipped with a traditional stage, theater producers have been attracted to the intimate venue. Recent graduate of UNO’s theater department, Be Louis, now actor, director and producer, sees the space as ideal for a debut production. Bright Half Life, written by Tanya Barfield will open this Friday.

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Vesper Concerts’ ‘From Russia with Love

In Arts, on March 9th, 2019

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Omaha, NE— The Vesper Concert Series will feature a collaboration between two of Omaha’s prominent musicians and instructors
this Sunday, From Russia With Love. Pianist Yulia Kalashnikova and violinist Olga Smola were eager to work together and share their connected personal narratives on the stage. Both from Russia, conservatory trained, and now active members of Omaha’s music community, the duo has devised a concert featuring a selection of fellow Russian emigrants who have shaped musical canon.

Featuring Olga Smolna

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‘Bridges of Madison County Opens at Playhouse

In Arts, on March 4th, 2019

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Featuring Thomas Gjere

Omaha, NE—Bridges of Madison County, popular novella, film, and now musical, will be performed on stage at the Omaha Community Playhouse, opening March 1. Set in 1960s Iowa, it’s the story of an affair between a photographer and an Italian American woman. Unlike most productions, this one will feature two casts, alternating performances.

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Returning guest conductor brings out the beauty of Brahms

In Arts, on March 1st, 2019

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James Feddeck leads the Omaha Symphony at the Holland Center this weekend. Brahms, Barber and Weber!

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