Friday Live Arts Magazine
There's more interesting conversations about the arts and humanities in Nebraska on this week's program. On February 12th, Genevieve Randall previews:
- the "Water" exhibit at the Kaneko in Omaha; the next Kearney Concert Series concert
- "My Funny Valentine" at First Plymouth in Lincoln
- "Guys and Dolls" at The Stage Theatre in Hickman
- "The Mouse That Roared" in York
- "Lemony Snicket" performed by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra
- "Civil War Voices" at the Haymarket Theatre in Lincoln
- Jackie Allen at the Rococo in Lincoln
- "How I Became a Pirate" in Kearney
- Shakespeare at Nebraska Wesleyan in Lincoln
- and, Opera Omaha's production of "The Girl of the Golden West."
All of that on this week's Friday Live at 905 a.m. Central on all stations of the NET Radio network.
Please check out our new online only feature for the week, our Friday Live podcast extra. This week, we learn about the production of "Anne of Green Gables" at the Lincoln Community Playhouse. Click here to hear.
Last week, Genevieve Randall talked to Abby Schademann about student art being displayed at the Carnegie Building in Beatrice. You can view the art on Saturday along with the Chocolate Lover's Extravaganza. Click here to listen. Also last week, Genevieve Randall spoke with Judy Chaloupka about Theatre West's "Broadway in the Bluffs" in Scottsbluff this weekend. Click here to listen.
Friday Live is a weekly arts and humanities program hosted by NET Radio’s Genevieve Randall (pictured above). The program usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Historic Haymarket district on Fridays at 9:05 a.m. Central on all stations of the NET Radio network. However, we occasionally do programs from different locations.
If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web, it is available later the same day on demand, or you can subscribe to the podcast for Friday Live and the Friday Live Extra. If you would like to place your arts events on NET’s events calendar, click here.