Film reviewer Justin Senkbile, who does reviews for starcityblog.com, The Reader, AND Friday Live, tells us about the two new films opening on Friday, September 9th at The Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.
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This week, The Angels Theatre Company opens THE MERCY SEAT for a five performance run at The Haymarket Theatre in Lincoln, September 7th-9th, and the 11th.
The Community Players in Beatrice opens A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE... more››
This week, Liz Shea-McCoy, President of the Board of the Friends of Arts Are Basic program at Doane College in Crete and Director Rhea Gill drop by to chat up this teacher training program and its upcoming fundraiser Garden Tour on September 4th... more››
This week, the theatre program at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff hits the ground running the first week of school with Samuel Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT, August 19th to the 21st. Assistant to the Theatre Director, Byron Allen... more››
Friday Live contributor Justin Senkbile takes a look at the two films—"Nostalgia for the Light" and "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan"—running from August 19th-25th at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.
This week, Friday Live debuts a new arts review segment, beginning with blogger Justin Senkbile on the new film drama at The Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln, IN A BETTER WORLD.
OLLI's next open house is scheduled for August 14th at the... more››
This week, STANDING BEAR'S FOOTSTEPS, a new documentary on the Ponca Chief's 19th century battle for civil rights, premieres on July 22nd on NET Television. Produced by NET Television and Native American Public Telecommunications we chat with NET... more››
This week on the program, Alfred Hitchcock's spy thriller, THE 39 STEPS, is the third and final production for the 2011 NEBRASKA REPERTORY THEATRE season at UNL's Carson School of Theatre and Film.
Opening July 20th, this stage adaptation... more››
William Stibor has an extended interview with Teliza Rodriguez from the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney about one of their current exhibits.