Salon Reading Series

2023-2024   Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Please join us for the 2023-24 Salon Reading Series Season!
SUNDAYS at 2:00 PM at the Resonator Gallery at Turbine Flats and
THURSDAYS at 6:30 PM at Eastmont Living

2124 Y STREET, FLAT 121


  • October 1, 2023 We Are Blood by Ryan Bernsten

  • November 5, 2023 Eminent Domain by Laura Leininger-Campbell
  • December 3, 2023 Romeo & Her Sister by Jillian Blevins
  • February 4, 2024 Old Bat by Ellen Struve

  • March 3, 2024 The Gentle Life-Changing Magic of Burning it All Down to the Ground by Heather Beasley

  • April 7, 2024 Man & Wife by Emma Goldman-Sherman
  • May 5, 2024 1000 Miles by Vanessa Garcia

6315 “O” STREET

When Rob MacLeod’s family farm is threatened by construction of a pipeline underneath it, the event will light a fuse, threatening to divide the family he loves. On the surface, Eminent Domain exposes the hard-fought battle between America’s family farms and corporate energy. Dig a little deeper, and the greater struggle is revealed: a Heartland way of life without its next generation. Our most crucial resource is not the land—it is our kin, our clan, and our heritage.

Eminent Domain

by Laura Leininger-Campbell
Directed by Jamie Bullins


Rob MacLeod: Richard Nielsen
Adair MacLeod: Claire McClannan
Bart MacLeod: Scott Shomaker
Theresa MacLeod: Britta Tollefsrud
Cam MacLeod: Brian Foley
Jane MacLeod: Gretchen Foley
Evan MacLeod: Christian McClure
Trent Nichols: Ian McKercher
Abdullah (Abe) Hadid: Jean-Paul Zuhur

Eminent Domain is presented by special arrangement with the playwright.


Is family forever? In this horror/thriller, a recently widowed New Yorker and her son return to rural Missouri to evict her estranged sister from their childhood home. Discovering the house in disrepair and the inhabitants experimenting with occult magic, the family is forced to exorcize demons from their past.


We Are Blood

by Ryan Bernsten
Directed by John Burkhart

   Kathleen: Deanna Walz
   Raymond: Ian McKercher
   Nance: Kristine Kapustka
   Lydia: Lindsay Masin

We Are Blood is presented by special arrangement with the playwright.


Special Thanks to Humanities Nebraska, who provided grant funding to the Salon Reading Series
We appreciate your support!

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