Friday Live On Demand

May 18, 2007

In this week's Friday Live Extra, Mairtin de Cogain performs "Paddy Works on the Railway."

For more information about de Cogain and his group The Fuchsia Band, visit: http://thefuchsiaband.com and... more››

May 11, 2007

This week on Friday Live, The Lincoln Contemporary Dance Project has hit the big "05!" LCDP's fifth anniversary concert at the Haymarket Theatre will celebrate with a mix of old and new pieces of, by, and for area dancers and choreographers, such... more››

May 11, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Tada Productions has a new feather in its cap... the regional premiere of the musical version of that classic TV comedy, "Gilligan's Island."

We're happy and honored to have composer Laurence Juber on the program... more››

May 11, 2007

William Stibor visits with former Lincolnite Charley Friedman about his new exhibit at the Sheldon Art Gallery in Lincoln. It's called "Anatomy of Charley Friedman."

May 4, 2007

William Stibor visits with Paul Pearson about drag queens!

April 27, 2007

This week on Friday Live, a preview of the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music's final concert of the season with Trio Con Brio Copenhagen.

The Lincoln Continentals celebrates sixty years of close harmony at Kimball Hall on April 28th... more››

April 20, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Union College in Lincoln invites the community to six music performances during the Division of Fine Arts Spring Music Festival Weekend, April 20th-24th. We have a preview.

Spring has sprung and what better way to... more››

April 13, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Union College in Lincoln invites the community to six music performances during the Division of Fine Arts Spring Music Festival Weekend, April 20th-24th. We have a preview.

Also, Spring has sprung and what better... more››

April 6, 2007

This week on Friday Live, The Angels Theatre Company and Third Chair Chamber Players preview their Nebraska tour sponsored by the Lied Center that features a profund story of the Holocaust. Judy Hart, Becky Van de Bogart, and Holocaust survivor... more››

April 6, 2007

William Stibor talks more with Lou Leviticus about his life as a "hidden child" during World War II and his translation of the play "The Train."

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