The third and last part of William Stibor's discussion with Ed Polochick.
Friday Live On Demand
William Stibor speaks with Omaha sculptor Littleton Alston and Michael Smith about Alston's bust of Charles Bessey, which was created to honor Bessey's induction into the Nebraska Hall of Fame.
Note: Due to technical difficulties, portions of the show, such as the Statewide Arts Calendar, are not available. The included audio is of poor quality until timecode 20:03. After that the show's quality improves.
This week, Lincoln's... more››
This week, Friday Live hits the road, traveling to the BLUE MOON COFFEE COMPANY in Hastings to celebrate the COTTONWOOD FESTIVAL, which gets started Friday night, June 19th with NET-sponsored jazz concert featuring Bill Wimmer Project Omaha.... more››
William Stibor talks with actress Marcia Gay Harden about winning a Tony award, her work in the film POLLACK, and working with her daughter in the new film HOME, which is at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.
This week, the Nebraska Humanities Council's summer touring Chautauqua program gets underway Thursday, June 17th in Broken Bow with BRIGHT DREAMS, HARD TIMES: AMERICA IN THE THIRTIES, which continues through the 21st before moving to Plattsmouth... more››
The extended conversation that William Stibor had with Patrick McGinnis, who portays Franklin Delano Roosevelt at two Chautauquas in Nebraska this summer.
This week, a preview of the Third Chair Chamber Players summer season which gets underway next Thursday, June 11th at Lincoln's Welfare Hall for a resurrection of TCCP's PDQ Bach concert, who's music refuses to die, no matter how many times we... more››
This week, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR opens the summer season of the Flatwater Shakespeare Company in the Swan Theatre at Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, June 4th-21st. We have a preview.
Barneston's 125th Anniversary Celebration is Saturday,... more››