Four theaters to visit around Omaha

By Danielle Meadows 1. Bluebarn Theatre “Nureyev’s Eyes” opens March 22 at the Bluebarn Theatre.The play tells a dramatized but true story of the unlikely friendship...

“Peter Rabbit” explores love and empathy through clever comedy

Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR Based on the popular children’s book by Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit comes to the big screen in a film of the same name...

Four women fight for change in UNO Theatre’s “The Revolutionists”

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Real women who lived boldly during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror come together in “The Revolutionists,” UNO Theatre upcoming mainstage production...

Lauritzen Gardens “Metamorphosis” exhibit promotes sustainability through art

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Lauritzen Gardens is currently hosting the “Metamorphosis” exhibit, which highlights human environmental impact through colorful sculptures constructed of plastics and other non-biodegradable...

“Maze Runner: The Death Cure” appropriately rounds out trilogy

Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR Three years and a couple of production delays later, “Maze Runner” fans finally get the long-awaited conclusion to the trilogy. Building on the...

El Museo Latino hosts exhibit featuring women photographers of Mexico

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR El Museo Latino is hosting “Three Generations of Women Photographers,” an exhibit featuring photography from three Mexican photographers documenting different eras in...

UNO students host printmaking art at Bancroft Street Market

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Print and Book Arts Guild hosted their “Myths, Monsters, and More” exhibition last weekend. The exhibit...

UNO student revives art club after four-year hiatus

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER After being inactive for nearly four years, a UNO art student is bringing color back to the A.R.T.S. After noticing a disconnect be-tween...