The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 09, 2001, Page 6, Image 6

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fun for Spring Break?
Tty the Zoo Bar
tonight and tomorrow
Al Next Woek Enjoy
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All it takes is one weekend a
month and as little as two weeks
a year to serve in a part-time
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skills while learning new ones.
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Chesney to take stage
niche and although he is a
major country star, he hadn't
acquired a dominant recogniza
ble status outside of the country
Every album Chesney has
released has outsold it’s previ
ous release and his latest record
“Don’t Happen TWice” is almost
Unlike Chesney who
Jennings called a “pure hat act,
“Lee Ann Womack appeals to
Top 40 contemporary listeners
as well, especially with her most
recent claim to fame crossover
hit, “I Hope You Dance.”
A song Jennings said had
given Womack's career a major
“It has super-charged her
career,” Jennings said. “It’s pro
pelled her to superstardom.”
Her current hit “Ashes By
Now” joins some of her earlier
recordings like “Never Again
Again,” “The Fool” “A little Past
Little Rock” and “I’ll Think of a
Reason Later.”
Newcomer to the scene Phil
Vasser established himself as a
songrwriter writing number one
hits for many country artists
including “Right on the Money”
Alan Jackson, “For A Little
While," Tim McGraw and
"Allright" and “Bye Bye" Jodee
With his self titled debut
album, Phil has established
himself as a recording artist
with hits "Carlene" a number
five hit, and "Just another day in
Paradise" which made it to
number one.
Jennings said that Vasser,
who is one of the most sought
after songwriters in Nashville,
had a bright future as a record
ing artist
“He's proved himself as a
recording artist,” Jennings said.
"I expect him to be around for
Jennings said that all three
artists careers were exploding
right now and that all three had
received nominations for the
upcoming AMC awards.
Chesney is up for best male
vocalist, Womack for best
female vocalist and Vassar for
best new male vocalist
96 KX will be hosting a pre
concert party from 4-7 p.m.
before in the Athletic Club at the
Embassy Suites Hotel located at
Along with broadcasting live
and giving away t-shirts and
CD’s, Phil Vassar willl make an
appearance from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
Omaha's 18th Annual Camera Show
March 17th& 18th, 2001
10:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission: $3.00 Good For Both Days
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If you are attending classes during the Spring 2001
semester at UNL you are eligible to use UNO
Campus Recreation Facilities for a minimal charge of
only $15.00 for the week of March 12-16 (Spring
Break). Stop by the Health, Physical, Education and
Recreation Building, Room 100 and show us your
current student I.D. to purchase a pass to exercise,
play sports or swim. ForMore
Information Call
Destiny, chance
cross play's path
Though the train in the play
“Last Train to Nibroc" doesn’t
derail, it ultimately throws two
characters off of their set tracks
and into each other’s lives.
The play, which opened at
the Studio Theatre Thursday
night, was written by Arlene
Hutton. It is directed by Stan
Brown, associate professor of
theatre arts at UNL. The two
characters, May and Raleigh, are
played by Kaitlin Byrd and
James Dunn.
This is Brown’s directorial
debut at the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln. Before com
ing to Lincoln, Brown taught at
Towson University, near
Baltimore. Though he tradition
ally teaches courses on vocal
delivery, Brown was compelled
to direct after reading the play.
“It was wonderful," Brown
said. “Someone was actually
writing this for the theater."
While the faculty was sorting
through plays to perform this
semester, Brown said the major
ity of them read like episodes of
“Friends" or “Mad About You"
transferred to the stage.
The play, set in Corbin, Ky.,
consists of three scenes. A
bench serves as the focal point
in each scene as it is trans
formed from a train seat to a
park bench to the front porch of
May's house. Brown said he was
happy with the space of the
Studio Theatre.
“It was perfect," he said, “It
needed to be intimate because
there are only two characters in
the play."
The theme of chance and
destiny was a key issue Brown
wanted to address in the play.
The play emphasizes that a per
son's plans are just a map to the
territory they actually travel.
Brown said.
“You can’t chase your
dreams without running into
your destiny," he said.
“Last Train to Nibroc" is
playing at the Studio Theatre in
the Temple Building.
Performances will run through
March 10 and will resume after
Spring Break from March 20-24.
Shows will start at 7:30 p.m. for
each performance. Tickets are
$7 for students, $10 for faculty
and seniors and $12 for the gen
eral public.
'Infinite' tale of friendship
MEMORY from pages
together. We talked about which
girls we would die to kiss and
tried to figure out which ones
would actually do it Ben and I
tried to talk Ryan into dumping
his girlfriend. We contemplated
“Star Wars."
It was the first time we talked
about masturbation and blow
jobs. It was the time I told them
my mom asked if I was gay. It
was when I started to under
stand Ryan's spirituality and
question my own.
Our conversation seemed to
dance to the music, starting
with masculine topics like
sports and rock bands, but
when “Bullet With Butterfly
Wings" made its transition into
“To Forgive," the room fell silent
for a moment, struck by the
helpless void the song created.
When “1979" was blaring, we
joked about cars and girls, and
as “Stumbleine” wept its sad
tale, Ben told us about his moth
er's death.
After two hours, the album
had spun its final tune,
“Farewell and Goodnight-” We'd
ruined our appetites for dinner
on pop and junk food. We’d cov
ered more ground in one con
versation than some people do
in an entire marriage. I didn't
know it then, and I wouldn’t
realize it for eight months, but
we'd formed a memory that
would play itself in my head a
countless number of times over
die next five years.
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