Friday Live Arts Magazine
On the March 24th program at 9:05 a.m. Central, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about:
- "Snowcatcher" at the Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff
- the Chiara String Quartet's performance in Lincoln
- Riders in the Sky at the Lied Center in Lincoln
- a new film at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln
- Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company's "Snow White"
- Four Shillings Short's concerts in Kearney and North Platte
- Cello Day in Lincoln
- the next Omaha Chamber Music Society concert
- Lincoln Artists Guild Fourth Friday event
- the next Kearney Concert Association concert
- and, the Nebraska Writer's Guild Workshop in LaVista.
Friday Live is a weekly arts and humanities program hosted by NET Radio’s Genevieve Randall. The program usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Historic Haymarket district. If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web (audio or a video webcast) it is available later the same day on demand, or you can subscribe to the podcast for Friday Live and the Friday Live Extra.
On the March 17th program host Genevieve Randall and guests had lively conversations about:
- "Bridges: Sharing Our Past to Enrich the Future" statewide exhibition
- a film production in Fremont
- Lincoln Lutheran Choir's concerts in Hastings and Lincoln
- Theatrix's "Women's Week Staged Reading Festival" in Lincoln
- National Arts Advocacy Day in Nebraska
- Nebraska Brass statewide tour
- Omaha Symphony's next concert
- Trinity Irish Dance Company at the Lied Center in Lincoln
- and, St. Patrick's Day in O'Neill.
If you missed this program, you may listen to it here.
Friday LIVE Extra
Please check out our online only feature for the week, our Friday LIVE Extra!
This week, Genevieve Randall talks to cast members from the Nebraska Wesleyan Theatre production of "Electra." The student actors are: Alex Wolfe, who plays Orestes; Alyssa Harold, who plays Electra, and, Betsy Wendorff, who plays Chrysothemis. Click here to listen.
Last week, the Sheldon Museum of Art's current exhibition “Conflict and Consequence: Photographing War and Its Aftermath,” also featured a panel discussion with photographers Susan Meiselas and Sara Terry. Anne Wilkes Tucker, curator emerita of photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, moderated this discussion. Tucker and Terry talk to Genevieve Randall about the discussion and the exhibition. Click here to listen.
Two weeks ago, Genevieve Randall talked to: Beatrice Regional Orchestra guest Mark Hayes; and, UNL professor Jeannette Jones about "Say That!: Celebrating Women of Color Writers." Click here to listen.
Three weeks ago, Genevieve Randall spoke with: Dick Morris about this Friday's SPUMMA at St. Paul's in Lincoln; and, actors from the UNL Theatre production of "This Random World." Click here to listen.
Look here in our archives for past Extras that you may have missed.
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 (audio or a video webcast) 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.