This week, TWELFTH NIGHT is the summer show from the Flatwater Shakespeare Company, and once again the group will be performing at the Lincoln Foundation Community Gardens, as well as various Lincoln city parks and other outdoor venues. We will get a preview of the production.
Brian Botsford, President and Company Musical Director for Kearney's Crane River Theater chats up their summer workshop classes and the upcoming production of TWO ROOMS, a deeply human and intimate look at terrorism, separation, loss, and compassion.
The Sheldon Museum of Art continues its JAZZ IN JUNE series on June 19th, with the UNL Faculty Jazz Ensemble and special guest vocalist Jackie Allen. Well get to hear all about this line up.
Also, The National Homestead Monument near Beatrice readies its annual HOMESTEAD DAYS celebration, with special guest, Abraham Lincoln re-enactor, Gene Greissman. We hear the details of this event.
And, The Nebraska Chamber Players gets ready for the 7th annual CONCERTS ON THE CREEK summer series, with hosts Dick Shoemaker and Becky Van de Bogart inviting you to their home in Cambridge for two unique evenings of chamber music and fine cuisine on June 22nd and July 28th.
All that, All About Books and a statewide arts calendar.