March 19 - May 3, 2018
Sam Wisher returns home to Riverside, IA at the urgent request of his sister. There, he discovers Jules and their father, John, have built a holodeck and John has locked himself inside for 2 weeks. Jules and Same must rescue their father before they loose him forever. A story of a man who believes he is the captain of a Federation Starship and the children that fight to keep his feet firmly planted on earth.
Directed by: Roxanne Wach
March 22 - April 15, 2018
(Dates & Times Available On Website)
Come practice your dancing! $5/person. Feedback among friends! No partner needed.
Thursday, March 22 at 6 PM - 8 PM
March 15 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Join us for a closing reception for Nasty Women Omaha's most recent group exhibition What the F!?K is Next!
The event is this Saturday, March 17th from noon-4 pm at The Apollon Art Space!
Visual art, prints, and t-shirts will be available for sale and enjoy drinks, snacks, tear down the wall reveal, and more! Learn about community events, upcoming elections, and write a letter to your rep! See you Saturday!
During the 70s, the painter Jamie Wyeth did a series of studies and paintings of Rudolf Nureyev, the legendary ballet dancer who defected from Russia and revitalized western ballet. This play imagines what their electric encounters may have been like, what secrets were revealed about the world of painting and international dance, and how their relationship evolved…changing each of them.
Directed By: Darin Anthony
Featuring: Jed Peterson & Sam Woods
Building on Opera Omaha’s innovative work, and the storytelling power of opera, ONE Festival includes over fifty multi-disciplinary performances, installations, conversations and explorations.
April 20 - May 15, 2018
Saturday March 17 at 12 PM - 4 PM
Louder Than a Bomb is a teen poetry festival founded in 2001 by Young Chicago Authors. As they put it, the event aims, “to bring teens together across racial, gang, and socio-economic lines, LTAB is a friendly competition that emphasizes self-expression and community via poetry, oral story-telling, and hip-hop spoken word.” It focuses on cooperation, with teams of students working together to write, revise, and rehearse their performances.
Join us for the opening of two new exhibitions, "beginning.break.rapid: Kenji Fujita & Barbara Takenaga" guest curated by Sheila Pepe and "Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time: Against Capitalism's Temporal Bullying" curated by Taraneh Fazeli, 2018 Bemis Curator-in-Residence. Both exhibitions will be on view through June 2, 2018.
Free and open to the public. Free parking available.
April 6 - 22, 2018