“Dear Jack, Dear Louise”: Omaha Community Playhouse gives us something to write home about

James Knowles A&E EDITOR The Omaha Community Playhouse opened their 2021-2022 season to a standing ovation with “Dear Jack, Dear Louise,” a tale of intimacy overcoming...

Joslyn set to close for renovations, yet still has much to offer

James Knowles A&E EDITOR The Joslyn Art Museum is one of Omaha’s greats. The massive, rose-hued blocks of marble and Art Deco style make the building...

Landlock Gallery: An invitation to join Blackstone Second Saturday

Makayla Roumph A&E EDITOR Like Benson First Friday (BFF), Second Saturday has bloomed in the Blackstone District to promote the art and culture. Landlock Gallery, owned by...

UNO Senior Exhibitions

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR Exhibitions for 18 graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (BASA) seniors at UNO open Monday,...

Changes coming to UNO theatre this year

Owen Rush CONTRIBUTOR If 2020 was classified as a genre, it would be a melodrama, complete with ups and downs and amazing music. This school year has...

The Joslyn Museum unveils new items in contemporary collection

Maria Nevada PHOTO EDITOR What can new pieces of art and a rehanging of a gallery really do for a museum, it's tempting to ask. The...

“One Man, Two Guvnors” Brings Laughs and Audience Participation to the Omaha Community Playhouse

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR Servants, masters, and lovers–these are the three categories all the characters in “One Man, Two Guvnors” can fall into. The play is based...

UNO Theater’s head of design and production brings innovation to the stage

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR The theatre has been a staple for outstanding productions and high expectations at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) since its...