Bloodletters and Bad Actors
June 2, 2014 2:45 PM   Subscribe

Bloodletters and Bad Actors
My look at the early days of Omaha theater, back when it was a frontier town, its amusements were questionable, and vice was rampant, with occasional forays into more recent performing arts misbehavior.

Stories include the tale of the Park Theater, which appeared on the arts page once and the crime page 30 times, the Buckingham Theater, which left a legacy of murder and albino rats, and the youthful criminal hijinks of Nick Nolte and Peter Fonda.
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