William Stibor speaks with Terry Donahue, Ken Winokur and Roger Miller, AKA the Alloy Orchestra, about musical accompaniment to silent films.
Friday Live On Demand
This week the Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff hosts the Hugo Wolf Quartet on Monday, October 27th. We have a chat with cellist Florian Berner.
Documentarian Arthur Dong previews his entertaining and historically significant new film,... more››
William Stibor speaks with poet Marvin Bell from Iowa City, who will be speaking in Kearney as part of the UNK Reynolds Series. This is the full length unedited interview.
Please Note: Due to technical difficulties, the full version of this show is not available.
This week, Judy Hart from the Angels Theatre Company invites you to AN EVENING OF LOVE, RAGE and HOPE: 60 YEARS OF HUMAN RIGHTS at the Loft at the... more››
This week, Tada Productions' new Tada Theatre in Lincoln is a busy place, featuring Cris Rook and Julie Enersen in DIVAS UNITE for two shows only on Friday before Kyttra Burge becomes Patsy Cline for the mainstage series beginning October 16th.... more››
This week, the Beatrice Public Library, in conjunction with Southeast Community College, hosts the art exhibit PROMENA for October. SCC art instructors Liz England and Nancy Haigler-Vujovic along with SCC art student Heather Williams preview the... more››
This week, the Lincoln Arts Council annual Arts Festival gets under way next weekend, September 27th and 28th at Southpointe Pavillions. Deb Weber and this year's featured artist drop by for a preview.
Author Carol Moldaw is the next guest... more››
William Stibor speaks with poet and author Carol Moldaw, who will be a part of the Reynolds Series at UNK Thursday, September 25.
This week, we travel to the Neville Center in North Platte, the city's premiere performance venue.
We talk about all the events taking place in North Platte in the coming months, such as: the North Platte Community Playhouse's season with... more››
William Stibor speaks with Jane Renner Hood about the upcoming Governor's Lecture in the Humanities.