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Fast-action Farce is a Fun Watch!

By Sheri Berger Farce of Nature, Beatrice Community Players, Friday, September 29, 2023 A dedicated cast of nine actors take on this hilarious farce set in a lodge called “Reel ‘Em Inn” located in rural Arkansas, sometimes mistaken for Mississippi by some of the characters in this play. If you like a farce to enjoy…


Puffs, The Bad News Bears of the Wizarding World

By Jamie Bullins Puffs, Community Players, Friday, March 24, 2023, 7:30 pm.  I used to be on the faculty at The University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance. It was quite some time ago, but I still have friends there. Puffs was on my radar of upcoming works from back in 2016 when it…


Predictor Sets the Record Straight

By Sam Pynes  Predictor, The Johnny Carson Theater in the Lied Center, Angels Theatre Company, February 9, 2023, Final Dress Rehearsal Today is yet another world premiere of a new play in Lincoln. What an exciting time! The playwright, Jennifer Blackmer, was in the Carson Theater for this final dress rehearsal, and Meg Crane herself…


What a Wonderful Web They Weave!

By Jillian Carter Community Players, Saturday, April 30, 2022, 7:30 pm.  Ah, Charlotte’s Web. The timeless classic was brought to life this week by Community Players’ Acting Up program, which aims to get local middle-schoolers involved in every aspect of theatre.  I doubt we need a plot recap, since most are familiar with the story,…



By Jamie Bullins Beatrice Community Players, Saturday, March 26, 2022, 7:30 pm.  In his Director’s Clipboard, John Marinovich likens The Three Musketeers to “swashbuckling” movies and also stories of “daring-do.” Let’s harken back to the origin of that word “swashbuckler,” back to the 16th century with heroes, soldiers, adventurers, and the literal explanation of the…


Who Drops a Murder Weapon?

By Rachele Stoops Beatrice Community Players, Friday February 11, 2022 7:30PM A kid can learn a lot from a board game. Especially when that board game was created in England in 1943, and the vocabulary is a little different than what you might run into playing Candyland or Chutes and Ladders. Scarlet? Conservatory? Billiards? All…

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