Payne directed Giamatti in “Sideways,” the 2004 comedy about wine, and the director will interview the actor during the Film Streams event, which will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Holland Center.
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Onstage combat must be planned move by move to look authentic while keeping actors safe.
"Sweat" continues at the Omaha Community Playhouse through Sept. 15, while "Go, Dog, Go," "Hamilton" and "Annie" are on the upcoming docket.
Opera’s not stuffy — especially when it’s on the green under the sky at dusk. Opera Omaha will prove that once again with its free, seventh-annual Opera Outdoors concert at 7 p.m. Friday at Turner Park.
This year’s Tri-Faith Picnic will have more of a community feel than it has had in past years.
A Pulitzer-winning script, performances and other details make the show an excellent (if hard to watch) season-opener.
Rebekah Hagan will tell her story and talk about how to help women facing unplanned pregnancies at Essential Pregnancy Services’ annual Breakfast for Life.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning "Sweat" will premiere Friday at Playhouse. "Ring of Fire" and "Rock Twist" are continuing.
"Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash" features a cast of five performing the Man in Black's hits, plus a set of songs you might not know as well.
The real-life decline of the steel industry in Reading, Pennsylvania, is the inspiration behind “Sweat,” a fictional account of the years 2000 to 2008 in the city.