Judy Hart has a very special relationship with the play, OVER THE TAVERN, having acted in and directed several productions in the Midwest. She is at it again for the Lincoln Community Playhouse staging. This warmly humorous take on family,... more››
Friday Live On Demand
Rough Magic Productions opens it next show at The Loft at The Mill October 18th. Local playwright Robert Stewart's SPEED and a RED INTERIOR is the tale of a young man who wakes up to find himself on the strangest journey imaginable: his own life... more››
This week on Friday Live, LORNA BRACEWELL is a singer-songwriter and social activist who performs for us today as we broadcast Friday Live from the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln this morning. Bracewell views concerts like her... more››
This week, the 2007-08 "One Book One Lincoln" project has selected Timothy Egan's "The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dustbowl." Scott Clark and Lisa Vaas from Lincoln City Libraries drop by to preview... more››
William Stibor talks more with Brian Pfoltner, the new music director at First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln.
This week, before RENT, Jonathan Larson was passing the time by writing TICK, TICK... BOOM, an autobiographical tale of a young composer on the brink of turning 30 and the courage it takes to follow your dreams.
Tada Productions continues... more››
This week on Friday Live, composer, pianist, and actor Robert Owens is in residence at the UNL School of Music this week and next. Soprano Jamie Reimer brings him along to The Mill this Friday Live to preview her concert of Owens' art songs at... more››
Tom Kimmel performs "Pages" on today's Friday Live Extra.
William Stibor talks with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra conductor Ed Polochick and soloist Jon Nakamatsu about the first concert of the season.
This week, it's the centenial year of Nebraska author and anthropologist Loren Eiseley's brith. The Friends of Eiseley Society welcomes scholar Scott Slovic to Lincoln as part of this weekend's celebrations. Scott, as well as Eiseley board member... more››