John speaks with director J.W. Morrissette about Illinois Theater’s production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
Take the opportunity to engage in some political commentary that's actually worth your time with director Tom Mitchell's adaptation of An American Daughter, starting this week at KCPA.
Mathew speaks with director Michael O'Brien about Parkland's first offering of the fall season.
This weekend's performance of High School Musical Jr. is a unique opportunity for youth with special needs.
Julie previews STRANGE WINDOW: The Turn of the Screw, a unique theater experience happening at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Chloe interviews Dr. Sandra Ruiz, curator and Assistant Professor of Latina/Latino Studies and English about Erica Gressman’s residency at La Estación Gallery and her performance at the Krannert Art Museum.
Chloe chats with Rebecca Ferrell, Flatlands Dance Film Festival curator, about this year’s program.
Julie speaks with director Mathew Green about Sweat, which opens tonight at The Station Theatre.
Mathew chats with Thom Schnarre, director of the Station's first summer offering.
Michaela runs down what's happening in theatre over the summer in C-U.
Nicole speaks with director Kelly Richmond Pope, discussing this critically acclaimed film All The Queen's Horses and the impacts of fraud and corruption in the small Illinois town of Dixon.
A look into the Krannert Center for Performing Art's 2018-2019 season, a celebration of their 50th anniversary.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.