It's easy nowadays to dismiss Guns N' Roses. Axl's always late. It's not the "real" Guns N' Roses without Slash or Izzy. There's no way they can sound as good as they used to.
Movie magic provided this summer with box-office films, critically acclaimed performances and the occasional big-budget flop. Grab a bucket of popcorn and take an insider's peek at reviews from this season's warm-weather film debuts. No ticket necessary.
Every holiday season brings myriad entertainment choices in the Omaha metro, from the Omaha Community Playhouse's rendition of "A Christmas Carol" to any number of seasonal choir and musical concerts. However, Blue Barn Theatre offers something a little out of the ordinary this season in their production of "Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some)."
Maverick Productions brought Mike Posner and the Brain Trust to Sokol Auditorium on Thursday to perform in front of an estimated crowd of 1,000 people. Posner's performance was electric, set by opener PJ Simas.
The Black Angels' music is unique. The sitar player adds a special touch.
If there is one tool that a filmmaker can use to get me hooked, it is nostalgia. "The Artist," of course, plays right into that.
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," UNO's next theatre production previewing this week, is directed by graduate student Mark Schnitzler. Schnitzler is the theatre director at Scutt Catholic High School, where he's been teaching for 18 years. The production is part of Schnitzler's graduate thesis project.