In a time where I, for the most part, stay in my house like a recluse afraid of the outside world, a trip to the Bellevue Little Theatre was w…
Julie Christensen, a student at Central High School, will serve as assistant stage manager for the production in the Scott Recital Hall at the Holland Center.
Thirteen Omaha Mercy High School students who traveled to New York City in May saw some of Broadway’s best as part of a special theater experience.
"The Designated Mourner," playwright Wallace Shawn's polemic about highbrow vs. lowbrow culture, will work like gangbusters for a certain kind of theatergoer — and be a bit of a bust for another.
As the Blue Barn prepares to move into its new space next month, this last play in the theater’s home since 1998 ranks with the season’s best dramas.
The show tells the story of a boy, Glaston, who dreams of becoming a knight but then befriends a dragon who doesn’t want to fight.
A FARCE ABOUT the complications of putting on a play is part of Creighton University's 50th anniversary celebration of its fine and performing…
A farce about the complications of putting on a play is part of Creighton University’s 50th anniversary celebration of its fine and performing arts department.
It may be a Broadway road tour, but for two crew members of “Beauty and the Beast,” which arrives at the Orpheum for a five-show run Friday, it’s coming home.