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Welcome to your portal to the arts in Western Nebraska!

We invite you to experience programming that is compelling, provacative and diverse! Uniquely individual, each arts organization will provide you with information about their history, location and upcoming events. For more information about events on our calendar, click on the highlighted dates. Visit our site often to stay up to date on what’s happening in our area. If you haven’t yet visited The West Nebraska Arts Center, The Historic Midwest Theater or Theater West, we encourage you to discover us! 




The Imitation Game
February 27

















February 27 - March 1
Friday @ 7:30 pm, Saturday @ 7:30 pm, Sunday @ 1:30 pm
Rated: PG 13
Run Time: 1 hr 54 min

8 Time Academy Award Nominee
Golden Globe Nominee
BAFTA Nominee
Movie Synopsis: In 1939, newly created British intelligence agency MI6 recruits Cambridge mathematics alumnus Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to crack Nazi codes, including Enigma -- which cryptanalysts had thought unbreakable. Turing's team, including Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley), analyze Enigma messages while he builds a machine to decipher them. Turing and team finally succeed and become heroes, but in 1952, the quiet genius encounters disgrace when authorities reveal he is gay and send him to prison.

Brad Colerick
March 05
Singer-Songwriter’s Fourth Solo Album Unveils Life’s Turns
While contemplating his next CD, Brad Colerick found himself drawn to story songs — traveling tunes and folk ballads painting sepia-toned visions of Southwestern vistas, Midwestern prairies, and the ramblers and life gamblers who crisscross them. On the surface, that might suggest he’s fixated on the mythos of a particular region or place. Digging deeper reveals that the Nebraska-raised, California-based songwriter is dealing with the shifting geography of the heart.
“For me, Tucson is not so much a place as a symbol, a state of mind,” he explains while discussing the title track, composed by his friend Dave Plenn. “My grandparents retired to Arizona from Nebraska; now my parents have followed in their footsteps. It’s a transitionary time in all of our lives. But I have this strange feeling that I’ve lost a point of reference, like I’ve just turned down an unfamiliar road.” After hearing Plenn perform “Tucson” at Wine & Song, the weekly songwriter showcase Colerick launched four years ago in South Pasadena, he realized he’d found the touchstone for his next album. Each week at Wine & Song he workshopped original songs that cohered around the emerging theme of time’s passage. The talented cast of characters appearing on this record includes Herb Pedersen, April Verch, Steve Hanson, and former Johnny Cash bassist Dave Roe, who have all sat in with Colerick at various Wine & Song nights and other performances.
“One thing I learned the hard way is to always woodshed the songs. Playing them in your living room by yourself is a totally different experience from playing them with other musicians and listening through the ears of a live audience. That’s where doing this weekly hootenanny has been so valuable for me.” Nine of the 11 songs on Tucson were penned by Colerick and most of the album recorded in Drasco, Arkansas, with producer and guitarist Charlie White.
Full of guitars, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and pedal steel, this record lands firmly into the Americana wheelhouse. The natural imagery and resilient characters of songs like “Late Winter Snow,” “The Hands of Time” and the bluegrassy “Brakeman’s Door” hark back to his Nebraska roots. Even after more than two decades in the Los Angeles area, where he runs his DeepMix music supervision company, Colerick still identifies strongly with the Midwest.
“I’ll always be a flatlander at heart,” he says. “I love California and being part of the singer-songwriter community here, but I don’t think I’ll ever disconnect from that place I come from. The geography and the people tend to seep into my songs and characters. That’s just who I am.”
Nowhere is that more evident than in “This is What I Do (Mighty Keeper),” a melodically uplifting song whose gentle assessment of choices made and missed is couched in his hometown’s daily rhythms. And then there’s the lightly rocking “Blue Horizon,” with its sober depiction of old friends’ paths diverging. It presents a poignant bookend to “Tucson.”
“This feels like a real storytelling period in my life,” Colerick says. “I guess I’m coming to grips a little more with the fact that we’re all aging, and life is moving to a new phase.” For Colerick, this unanticipated turn toward Tucson has resulted in a rich and captivating musical journey
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Into the Woods
March 06
March 6-8
Friday @ 7:30 pm, Saturday @ 7:30 pm, Sunday @ 1:30 pm
Rated: PG
Run Time: 2 hr 4 min
Academy Award Nominee
Golden Globe Nominee
BAFTA Nominee
Movie Synopsis: As the result of the curse of a once-beautiful witch (Meryl Streep), a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) are childless. Three days before the rise of a blue moon, they venture into the forest to find the ingredients that will reverse the spell and restore the witch's beauty: a milk-white cow, hair as yellow as corn, a blood-red cape, and a slipper of gold. During their journey, they meet Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack, each one on a quest to fulfill a wish.

CC: The Homestretch
March 12
Community Cinema Present:
The Homestretch
Thursday, March 12 @ 7:30 pm
FREE Admission
Discussion to follow
Synopsis: Three homeless teens brave Chicago winters, high school pressures, and life on the streets to build a brighter future. Against all odds, they recover from a life of abandonment to create new, surprising definitions of home.

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