Chantal chats with the organizers of Resist, which will hold its fourth fundraising art event on Saturday, February 29th at 25 O’Clock Brewing Company.
Debra shares her takeaways from Anna Deavere Smith's recent visit to Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Debra reviews "Complex Territories," the nine-artist exhibition currently showing at Parkland College's Giertz Gallery.
Debra reviews Illinois Theatre's production of The Wolves, showing at Krannert Center's Studio Theatre through February 23rd.
Jarrod reviews the Celebration Company at Station Theatre's latest production I Hate Hamlet, directed by KT Burke.
Apolonia spotlights artist, designer, and Champaign-Urbana Design Organization president Madelyn Witruk in preview of Misfit Valentine's Night Market.
Debra chats with director Nisi Sturgis about The Wolves, which opens at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts tonight.
John reviews Petroglyphs, the first, full-length volume of poetry by City of Urbana Poet Laureate, Will Reger
Eric Frahm took his camera to Bloomington Center for the Performing Art's production of Walk On: The Story of Rosa Parks.
Jarrod reviews Parkland College Theatre's student production of How I Learned to Drive.
Mathew chats with director KT Burke about the Station Theatre's '90s-set comedy, I Hate Hamlet.
Debra previews CU Pottery Club's upcoming exhibit "Clay & Fire," marking their 50th anniversary.
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