Rebecca is so tired of the LIT pun, but honestly, it works and it's just right there. Still, check out who all is reading at Exile on Main on Saturday afternoon.
George Saunders speaks with Rebecca about the theatricality of his new book, his upcoming appearance as part of Pygmalion Literature Festival, and the friends who help him remember what art really means.
Nika checks in with the cast and crew of the upcoming Twin City Theatre Company production of Billy Elliot, the Musical.
Rebecca refuses to pun about the best summer event in C-U: a celebration of local film, design, and acting that exists solely because and for the benefit of the imagination of kids.
Rebecca gives a glimpse of the delights of nearby BloNo’s Bardfest, with insights from two talented locals: Nisi Sturgis and Jordan Coughtry.
Rebecca and Mathew sit and chat about the Station’s summer season closer, Marjorie Prime.
Rebecca previews the Dr. Seuss revue being staged by the Urbana Park District's Youth Summer Theatre program. Katie Odom neglects to answer in rhyme, but that's still fine.
Twin City Squared’s new production was originally scheduled closer to baseball’s pre-season, but gets underway tonight.
Rebecca speaks with both the director and leading man of the Station’s newest production, The Foreigner, written by Larry Shue and directed by Thom Schnarre.
Highlighting PK presenters without ruining the reasons to go is harder than you think. Here's several hot takes in 24 words or less.
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