Omaha Performing Arts Reopens with Holland Center Outdoors

In Arts, on September 25th, 2020

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Performing Arts Returns today with a weekend full of entertainment. It’s been a difficult time for the organization since the start of the pandemic, but OPA is looking forward to a safe season.

Featuring Andy Cassano, Vice President for Programming and Education at Omaha Performing Arts.

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Nebraska Tour Company Offers Ghost Tours for Halloween

In Arts, on September 24th, 2020

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The Nebraska Tour Company offers culinary and historical walking tours North, South, and Downtown Omaha, and this season their specialty is ghost stories.

Featuring Founder of Nebraska Tour Company, Alan Rust.

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Omaha Community Playhouse Reopens with ‘Grounded’

In Arts, on September 24th, 2020

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The Omaha Community Playhouse will have their first show back in the theater since the Pandemic. This Friday, they will present Grounded, a one-woman performance about a fighter pilot who is grounded after an unexpected pregnancy. Upon returning to the Air Force years later, she will not fly F-16s, but drones instead.

Featuring Actor, Leanne Hill Carlson

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BFF Youth Engagement Moves Online

In Arts, on September 17th, 2020

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Omaha, NE—In addition to Benson First Friday’s regular monthly programming, they also offer a Youth Engagement Program, getting kids involved in the arts. The program hosts events during first Fridays, and they’re now expanding online.

Featuring Laura Simpson and John-Paul Gurnett

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Amplify Arts Opens @VIRAL_RE_COLLECTION

In Arts, on September 11th, 2020

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Amplify Arts’ next exhibition, @VIRAL_RE_COLLECTION explores today’s “ultra quick digital memory” and overall digital and physical overconsumption. Curators Abby Fogle and Esau Betancourt began their exploration of fashion through follow culture on social media like Instagram.

Featuring Curators Abby Fogle and Esau Betancourt

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Vesper Concerts Returns Outdoors

In Arts, on September 11th, 2020

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Vesper Concerts returns to the Presbyterian Church of the Cross for their 32nd season. This Sunday’s farewell to summer is their 3rd annual outdoor concert.

Featuring Executive Director Kristi Treu

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