Celebration Company kicks off its summer season with a comedic play regarding youth in politics…sort of.
Rebecca gathers together all the performances that will be happening within the confines of C-U during the summer months.
Three great films about Muslims in the Middle East screen at the Art Theater starting May 2nd as part of the Seventh Art Stand.
The first week of May means we get to spend another four months anticipating the delights KCPA has in store for us next year.
Jordan previews Station Theatre's upcoming production of the play entitled The Christians and interviews director Jaclyn Loewenstein about the play's themes and impact on its audience.
Jeff Nelson documents the history of The Light in the Piazza, the final performance of Lyric Theatre @ Illinois.
Nineteenth annual Ebertfest kicks off tonight. Here are some ins and outs of the weekend as a whole.
There’s a lot going on in town this weekend, but Earth Day also falls in there. Local director Latrelle Bright brings an original work to the IMC to celebrate, educate and express.
There are many ways to find out what flicks to pick at Ebertfest next week — but since you're here, here's our take.
The latest graduate students of The School of Art + Design’s Master’s of Fine Arts program will be showcasing their work at the Krannert Art Museum this weekend.
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.