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August 10, 2007

William Stibor visits with members of Rough Magic Productions -- director Jack Carpenter, actors Sean Schmeits and Amy Jirsa, and playwright Gregory Peters—about their new play "The Epic of Gilgamesh as told by Mr George Smith, Associate Curator... more››

July 20, 2007

The Harvey Pittel Saxophone Quartet perform two pieces live on July 20th's Friday Live. Friday Live Extra will return August 10th.

July 20, 2007

This week on Friday Live, the guest artists from the 2007 MEADOWLARK MUSIC FESTIVAL, the Daedalus String Quartet, the Harvey Pittel Saxophone Quartet, and pianist Joel Fan, drop by before wrapping up their performances this weekend in and around... more››

July 13, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Rachel Jacobson's dream of an art film house in Omaha is finally becoming reality. She drops by to preview FILM STREAMS and its Grand Opening July 27th at the new Ruth Sokolof Theater, featuring a month-long series of... more››

July 13, 2007

William Stibor chats with the Lincoln Arts Council's Deb Weber about a new study.

July 6, 2007

The WOODLAND TRAILS ART GALLERY hosts Henry Payer Jr.'s Native American-themed art this month at the Winnebago Village Center.

Friday Live talks with Marketing Director Garan Coons about Payer and the Gallery's focus on the arts and crafts... more››

July 6, 2007

The Little Brown Jug Band gives a live performance of "Little Billy Wilson/Watermelon or Hambone" on July 6th's Friday Live.

June 29, 2007

Sylvia McNair shows her cabaret side at The Holland Center in Omaha June 30th.

Theatre West Summ Repertory Artistic Director, Jim Kimbrough, chats up DEARLY DEPARTED, which got underway this week in Scottsbluff at Western Nebraska... more››

June 22, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Director Corkey Ford drops by before opening the Lincoln Community Playhouse's production of THE WIZ, tonight!

The brochures for the Lied Center for Performing Arts 2007-08 SEASON hit the streets this week.... more››

June 15, 2007

This week on Friday Live, the Nebraska Humanities Council is putting on its own Chautauqua this year, featuring historical figures from the state come back to life through dramatic perfromances by scholars and historical re-enactors.

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