Steel Magnolias, hilarious and heart wrenching

On Friday, April 15, "Steel Magnolias" opened at the Omaha Community Playhouse.

‘The Government Inspector’ will be ‘laugh out loud funny’

UNO theatre's latest production of "The Government Inspector" promises to be a good time. The play is adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from Nikolai Gogol's original Russian piece. Professor Doug Paterson will direct.

Sitar player makes Black Angels music even more unique

The Black Angels' music is unique. The sitar player adds a special touch.

Legally Blonde, pink packaged musical makes debut on Omaha Community Playhouse stage

"Legally Blonde," the musical based on the hit 2001 movie, (although warmly embraced by audiences) is slightly outdated for 2012.

’12 Ophelias’ continues this weekend at UNO

With a setting like "Water. Road. Time.," the audience at UNO's opening night performance of "12 Ophelias (A Play with Broken Songs)" knew they were in for a different kind of production.

64th annual Emmys another success

Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2012 Primetime Emmys on Sun., Sept. 23 live on ABC from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.  The late-night talk show host got some decent laughs in his opening monologue when he joked about and poked fun at Honey Boo Boo (as expected) and even talked politics.

The Results are in!

Results for student government election proved a solid victory for Devin Bertelsen, PR/Advertising major and Shawn Addison, Business Management, after a close vote outcome Tuesday evening. Following a brief delay, votes for the 2012-2013 student regent were announced. Bertelsen and Addison won against Steffanie Hoffman, Biotechnology and Neuroscience major and Tyler Gatrost, Business major, by a close vote of 287 to 382 votes. Total voter turnout was 657 votes.

Contest seeks original short works by Nebraska students

UNO's Department of Foreign Languages, Masters of Arts in Language Teaching and the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies has teamed up with the Nebraska Humanities council to offer a way for young Spanish writers to publish their work.