Friday Live Arts Magazine
On the March 7th program, host Genevieve Randall talks to a poet, an author, and an organist. Also, Randall previews three productions in Lincoln, and a statewide traveling exhibition.
Nebraska State Poet Twyla Hansen tells us what she has been up to since she was appointed. Hansen also reads some of her new poems, including one about the cranes returning to Nebraska.
Cast members from the University Theatre production of “Really, Really” at UNL tell us what it is really about.
Three events are at the Lied Center in Lincoln, the musical “I Love Lucy,” Ireland’s Dervish, and “Hair.” We’ll get previews of the events.
First Friday on March 7th features Charles Ore, organist at First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln and also organ professor at Concordia University in Seward. Dick Morris and Ore tell us what’s on the menu for the concert
Author Jon Lauck talks about the Midwestern History Working Group and the 57th Annual Missouri Valley History Conference in Omaha this weekend.
The Lincoln Community Playhouse presents a musical called “The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley” that features a cast and crew of more than 50 children. Morrie Enders and some of the young cast give us a preview.
Mary Yager from Humanities Nebraska talks about “Hometown Teams,” a Smithsonian institution traveling exhibit that will be in Nebraska City, Wahoo, Alliance, Tilden, Omaha, Lexington and other places around the state.
Also, an Omaha Symphony preview by KVNO's Ben Rasmussen.
And, All About Books with Charles Stephen.
Friday Live is a weekly arts magazine hosted by NET Radio’s Genevieve Randall that usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Haymarket district on Fridays at 9 a.m. Central on all stations of NET Radio. If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web, it is available later the same day as a podcast.
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