Debra explores Harry Breen's new retrospective exhibition of prairie state paintings.
John talks about the Cavagna Sangiuliani Collection and its origins with curator Chloe Ottenhoff of the University of Illinois Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Debra shares her review of opening night at Champaign-Urbana Ballet's annual winter treat, The Nutcracker.
Debra lists her picks for this month in Arts: December 2018
Jarrod reviews Mamma Mia!, directed by Katie Burke and the Station Theatre's current musical offering.
Debra takes you on the magical journey of Manual's Cinema's No Blue Memories — The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks.
Debra shares her powerful experience viewing perSISTERS: Icons of the Female Power Project at the University YMCA's Murphy Gallery.
Chloe reviews Bessie Award-winning choreographer Cynthia Oliver's newest work Virago-Man Dem, performed at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts last week.
Debra shares her takeaways from the 2018 40 North ACE Awards Ceremony.
Jarrod reviews Parkland College Theater's Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, directed by Mathew Green.
Chloe interviews choreographer Cynthia Oliver about her newest work, Virago-Man Dem.
Remington takes in Hir, directed by Dustin Yocum, and you should catch it at the Station this November.
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