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June 18, 2009

William Stibor talks with actress Marcia Gay Harden about winning a Tony award, her work in the film POLLACK, and working with her daughter in the new film HOME, which is at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.

June 12, 2009

This week, the Nebraska Humanities Council's summer touring Chautauqua program gets underway Thursday, June 17th in Broken Bow with BRIGHT DREAMS, HARD TIMES: AMERICA IN THE THIRTIES, which continues through the 21st before moving to Plattsmouth... more››

June 11, 2009

The extended conversation that William Stibor had with Patrick McGinnis, who portays Franklin Delano Roosevelt at two Chautauquas in Nebraska this summer.

June 5, 2009

This week, a preview of the Third Chair Chamber Players summer season which gets underway next Thursday, June 11th at Lincoln's Welfare Hall for a resurrection of TCCP's PDQ Bach concert, who's music refuses to die, no matter how many times we... more››

May 29, 2009

This week, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR opens the summer season of the Flatwater Shakespeare Company in the Swan Theatre at Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, June 4th-21st. We have a preview.

Barneston's 125th Anniversary Celebration is Saturday,... more››

May 22, 2009

This week, the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film has just wrapped up principal photography on its first film in the Carson School Film Series, VIPERS IN THE GRASS, by Jorge Zamacona. This project brings together film professionals and over... more››

May 15, 2009

William Stibor speaks with organist Annette Richards about her concert this weekend in Lincoln.

May 15, 2009

This week, Danny Ladley drops by to chat up the wealth of summer movies you won't see anywhere but at the ROSS MEDIA ARTS CENTER, where actor and author Harley Jane Kozak is back in her home town of Lincoln for a special screening of... more››

May 10, 2009

This week, Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra wraps up its season with SMOOTH ROMANCE at Kimball Hall, Saturday, May 8th. Featuring principal tombonist Jay Wise in Tomasi's jazz-infused "Trombone Concerto," as well as Rachmaninoff's "Symphony No. 2"... more››

May 1, 2009

This week, the LIED CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS in Lincoln honors us with a first look at the 20th anniversary season. Ann Chang drops by to preview a diverse program of stars and new discoveries.

The Yorkshire Playhouse in York opens its... more››