Guest Events Calendar 2/13-2/19

Comedy, music, and theatre happening this week. Go out and support friends of The Basement!

Missing Kitten Comedy Show-Valentine’s Day Edition
The Missing Kitten Comedy Show is a free monthly stand-up comedy showcase on the second Tuesday of every month at The Pizza Shoppe Collective. Hosted by Dusty Stehl.
Since the show is on Valentine’s Day, we have three comedy couples on the show!
FEBRUARY 2017
Dusty Stehl (host)
Will and Serenity Dougherty (married)
James Lindsey and Annie Hildebrand (dating more than a year)
Ryan de la Garza and Brenna Grabow (dating less than a year)
Great Comedy | Better Pizza | Best Time
Doors open at 7:30; show starts at 8:00. As always, it’s FREE!

High Up w/ I Forgot to Love My Father & DJ Relic @ Duffy’s Tavern
Doors at 9pm. Show at 9:30pm. $5. 21+
High Up (Omaha)
Taking cues from classic soul and the indie rock roots of the members, High Up blends the genres to create a frenetic live show and sound that is at once old and new.
I Forgot To Love My Father
Emo Lincoln Babes
DJ Relic
Lincoln’s favorite funk & soul DJ

The Motherhood Almanac @ The Shelterbelt Theatre
A semi-finalist for the 2017 Blue Ink Playwriting Award!
A play about women; about daughters and mothers // a play about the tropics, death, birth, rain, adoption, peaches, rabbis, weddings, Tuesdays, hair ties, eyelashes // about what’s spoken and unspoken and understood and everything in-between // about swimming pools, wine, lists, wrists, fists, poetry, Burger King napkins, divorce, confessions, PowerPoint presentations, and the parallel lives we were never meant to lead // a play about learning how to carry on and all the things we must leave behind /// The Motherhood Almanac is a fiercely passionate tapestry of stories about the life inside each of us, as told by women and the women who raised them.
Featuring performances by Eli Ami, Jenna Briggs, Erin Joekel Stoll, Kathy Longe, Jillian Walmer, and Sue Mouttet
Thursday/Friday/Saturday performances: 8pm
Sunday performances: 6pm
Final Sunday, February 19 performance: 2pm
Tickets are $20 for general public and $15 for students/seniors/TAG.
Lobby opens 1 hour before show. House opens 30 minutes before show.
Tickets are available at http://www.shelterbelt.org, 402-341-2757, or at boxoffice@shelterbelt.org.

Southpaw Bluegrass Band Album Release @ The Barley St. Tavern
with special guests
Pink Flamingos
Korey Anderson
9pm/$5/21+

Dungeon High @ Petshop
METAL. VISCERA. 20 SIDED DICE…
…TOGETHER, THEY WILL RAGE.
#killthewizard
A new play by Jeremy Johnson
Directed by Coco Colleen
STARRING
Mecca Slaughter as Haley
Ryleigh Welsh as Shane
Abandon Bresnahan as Devin
Andy Niess as Principle Cleary, Dark Wizard, Brother Manly, and various other roles
Carrie Beth Stickrod as Candice
LIVE MUSIC BY
Bill Eberly and Jessica Errett
SHOWTIMES
February 17th at 7pm
February 18th at 7pm
February 19th at 5pm
Tickets: $10

Muscle Cousins//Kait Berreckman Band//Sam Vicari
Muscle Cousins
Kait Berreckman Band
Sam Vicari
$5/9pm/21+

Gay AF (Stand Up)

The Omaha comedy scene is so supportive of every lifestyle and type of person, and being LGBT is no different!
David started this show with an all LGBT lineup and it continues that trend with allies of the LGBT family. Come check out this show every month!
Lineup:
Toby Gastler
Hunter James
Grant Parsons
Ryan de la Garza
Brandon Cordes
Stephen Smith
Cameron Logsdon
Brenna Grabow
Tickets are $5 per person

The Late Show: Shaft (35mm)

Presented in 35mm from the archives of WB!
Introduced by our friends at Daydream Instruction Manual!
SHAFT is a 1971 American blaxploitation film directed by Gordon Parks, released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. An action film with elements of film noir, Shaft tells the story of a private detective, John Shaft, who travels through Harlem and to the Italian mob neighborhoods in order to find the missing daughter of a black mobster. It stars Richard Roundtree as John Shaft, Moses Gunn as Bumpy Jonas, Drew Bundini Brown as Willy, Charles Cioffi as Lt. Vic Androzzi, Christopher St. John as Ben Buford, and Gwenn Mitchell and Lawrence Pressman in smaller roles. The movie was adapted by Ernest Tidyman and John D. F. Black from Tidyman’s 1970 novel of the same name.
“Who’s the black private dick, that’s a sex machine to all the chicks? SHAFT! Ya damn right!”

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