This week, the Meadowlark Music Festival spreads its reach further this year, beginning with performances on July 15th at North Platte's Midland Community College by the Jupiter String Quartet, pianist Spencer Meyer at Doane College, and the... more››
Friday Live On Demand
This week, the Nebraska Repertory Theatre, in residence at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at UNL, opens its season July 10th. We have a preview of this summer's three shows, SOUVENIR, DOUBT, and THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN.
This week, The Great Plains Chautauqua summer tour gets underway next Thursday, June 26th in Falls City, courtesy of the Nebraska Humanities Council. Jane Renner Hood previews the week-long residency of presentations and historical performances... more››
This week, Friday Live travels to the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln for the 2008-09 season announcement, featuring live music from Lied's interim executive director, pianist Ann Chang-Barnes.
The Lofte Theatre near Manley,... more››
This week, Fred Child from Performance Today drops by Friday Live.
NET Television's new documentary explores the history of Nebraska's beef industry. NET Producer Olive Bucklin and research contributor John Carter from the Nebraska State... more››
William Stibor has an extended conversation with Performance Today's Fred Child.
The Nebraska Jazz Orchestra wraps up its season tonight at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln with a salute to Russ Long and NJO's Young Jazz Artist of the Year winner for 2008.
The improv troupe LypSchtick goes from sketch comedy to full... more››
Lincoln's Chapter of the American Guild of Organists presents a MYRON J ROBERTS RETROSPECTIVE on Sunday, May 18th at 3:00 at Holy Trinity Episcopal, featuring organ and choral works by this world-renowned composer who helped make the UNL Organ... more››
This week, A HEROIC FINALE wraps up the season for Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra. Ed Polochick and LSO's own principal trumpet player Michael Thompson drop by to talk about the bold and tuneful TRUMPET CONCERTO by Armenian composer Alexander... more››
William Stibor speaks with Mark Wilson, the director of the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, about their extensive renovations.