Out of the Lips of Silence

I’ve been working with the Apollon on this play for the past few weeks, and at last, opening night is tonight!  It’s a beautiful study of a Willa Cather poem set as a theater piece, complete with a gallery exhibition of art based on the piece, and a dinner with a menu that also revolves around it. The show opens tonight (October 27th) and runs through Sunday (October 30th) at the Haymarket Theater in downtown Lincoln.

To order tickets, you can go to the Apollon’s site: http://www.apollonomaha.com/production-details.php?id=15

Date: Thursday, October 27, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM Gallery Show, 7:00 PM Dinner, 8:00 PM Out of the Lips of Silence
Price: $30 General Admission, $25 Members/Students with ID
Ticket Price Includes: Dinner, gallery exhibition, and performance

Date: Friday, October 28, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM Gallery Show, 7:00 PM Dinner, 8:00 PM Out of the Lips of Silence
Price: $30 General Admission, $25 Members/Students with ID
Ticket Price Includes: Dinner, gallery exhibition, and performance

Date: Saturday, October 29, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM Gallery Show, 7:00 PM Dinner, 8:00 PM Out of the Lips of Silence
Price: Donations accepted at the door in lieu of ticket price
Ticket Price Includes: Dinner, gallery exhibition, and performance
“Pay What You Can” Night! As we’ve said many times before, the arts should be available to all regardless of wealth.  It’s also Game Day in Lincoln.  We know this makes coming to see us more difficult, so on this evening only there is no ticket price.  Pay what you can or what you think the experience is worth and spend the evening with us.

Date: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Time: 12:00 PM Gallery Show, 1:00 PM Lunch, 2:00 PM Out of the Lips of Silence
Price: $30 General Admission, $25 Members/Students with ID
Ticket Price Includes: Lunch, gallery exhibition, and performance

For more information about ‘Out of the Lips of Silence’, check out the Apollon’s site at http://www.apollonomaha.com .

New Perspective

I shot a few photographs of the buildings downtown while I was waiting for the start of the Zombie Walk. I adjusted the perspective in Photoshop, since the vanishing point was pretty dramatic. We’re so used to seeing buildings getting narrower at the top in pictures that it doesn’t seem like a big deal, but  I thought it was a tad bit extreme. So I adjusted it.