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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1997)
FRANK SADECKI, of Omaha, Jumps off a ramp during the Reader/Surge Extreme Music and Games, which
was held in Omaha Saturday. The Games were host to a skateboard competition and a variety of musical
acts, including Reel Big Fish, the Skeletones and the Nuttstalk Tour.
Flutist entertains with music, anecdotes
By Lane Hickenbottom
James Galway is the “Man With
the Golden Flute.”
Not only does he have a golden
flute, he knows how to play it—quite
Galway continued his long career
of musical mastery Saturday night at
the Lied Center for Performing Arts
and he didn’t miss a note the entire
But this is a man who has recorded
more than 50 best-selling albums fea
turing his flute abilities. He’s not sup
posed to miss a note.
What he is supposed to do in front
of a large audience — like Saturday
night’s sold-out crowd—is entertain.
And entertain he did.
Between numbers, Galway would
explain the piece’s background and
give little anecdotes about either his
or the music’s past.
One moment Galway would make
the audience laugh by making cracks
on the French with his Northern Ire
land accent. Then before the next piece
he connected with the audience by
explaining that the following music
would be a little crazy because it was
written for New York City and rhe
torically asked, “and you know how
those New Yorkers are, don’t ya?”
With the audience’s roar, it was
obvious that he was as good witr
people as he was with the flute.
The music Galway played was
vastly complex, containing a wide ar
ray of both contrasting highs, lows anc
speeds. Nobody else there could play
what he was playing, and he knew it
In describing the last piece, “So
nata for Flute and Piano, Op.23” by
Lowell Liebermann, Galway displayed
his confidence in himself by telling the
audience that if they had a problem
child, they could “hand him a flute and
the music to this next one and they
will be busy for a couple of years.”
It’s hard to be modest when yoi
are the best, and when it comes tc
playing the flute, Galway is right or
top of the list.
Local talents perform
their one-act works
By Liza Holtmeier
The Masquers’ One-Acts provided
the opportunity for a few budding
playwrights to present their work.
Some of the results of Friday’s perfor
mance in the Studio Theatre seemed
The first play of the evening was
“Siblings,” which was written by
Timothy Scholl and co-directed by
Jacque Camperud and Becky Key.
Though this script was rife with con
flict, die ending lacked resolution, and
the language sounded bland and stale.
Daryn Warner was satisfactory in
the role of Allen. His fatherly conde
scension contrasted his bitterness to
ward Alex well. However, two of his
more overly emotional scenes were
made ineffective by corny music and
Ryan Dolezal nicely portrayed the
neglected and rejected youth in his role
as Paulie. His shuffling steps and sul
len looks communicated the unhappy
lifestyle in which this child had been
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Bridget Bohuslavsky was one-di
mensional in the role of Alex. Her
constant whining left her character flat
and lacking in the emotions needed
to convince the audience of her pain
The second and most strongly writ
ten play of the evening was “The
Whole Ball of Wax,” written by An
gela Hatcher and directed by Kate
Eisenhour. The characters and conflict
in this play were refreshingly real and
Ruth Briese gave the strongest per
formance of the evening in her role as
Carrie. She transgressed a variety of
different emotions, portrayed a real
rapport with Seth Swink in the role of
Jase and provided a poignant charac
; ter with whom the audience could
Swink also gave a moving perfor
mance. His innocent giddiness over
love contrasted well with his confused
maturity, and his chemistry with
Briese enhanced the themes of friend
David Bruggeman gave a fair per
formance in the role of Max. His lov
ing tenderness toward Jase was believ
able, but he lacked the brazen quali
ties needed to pull off the more mys
terious side of this character.
“Smoke Rising in the Distance,”
by Adam Rehemeier, followed “The
Whole Ball of Wax.” This play cre
ated a definite mood for the audience
but was too laborious and redundant
to hold the audience’s attention.
William Cover II helped keep the
show moving as # 13075. He sustained
the high energy level needed to por
tray this deeply depressed and con
fused character, while emanating emo
tion through his strong, expressive
Michael Consbruck was also
strong as #10427. His character’s
motivation was well-defined and his
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The final play of the evening,
“Altemateen” by Joshua Richardson,
seemed more like an extended impro
visation among friends. Though the
play’s situation was conducive to a
variety of comedy, the play’s transi
tions seemed choppy and the story
Andrew Kanago created a comic,
yet tragic image in the role of Jimmy.
His facial expressions, stance and sar
castic tone all helped to define a defi
ant and individualistic teen.
Gregory Peters was excellent in the
role of Eric. His character of the na
ive Republican was funny in its
subtlety, while his determined, caring
“Altemateen” persona underscored
Richardson’s more serious themes.
Overall, the evening of plays pro
vided an excellent opportunity for au
diences to see original work by area
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