Ashley takes a look at local author Sal Nudo's new novella The Newspaperman.
Jarrod reviews Parkland College Theatre's production of Memphis.
Kate reviews Illinois Theatre's production of Barbecue, which features a group of brazen siblings staging an intervention for their sister, and ultimately asks how important the truth really is.
Jarrod reviews Cock, The Station Theatre's latest production, directed by founder of the Celebration Company Rick Orr.
Meghan reviews Charli Brissey's Miraging at Krannert Center's Studio Dance I, an abstract performance that re-invisioned the boundaries and relationships between bodies, beads and any other barrier that separates us.
Maureen reviews the Shakespearean comedy put onto the Krannert Stage and taking audiences through the twists and turns of love triangles, pranks, and trickery gone wrong.
Rachel reviews the Monticello Theatre Association's production of the classic Tennessee Williams play.
Kate reviews her experience at opening night of the Station Theatre's production of Silent Sky, a play that explores hopeful feminist themes.
Rachel Wooley visits the Sodo Theatre for the first production of Twin City Theatre Company's 2018 season.
Mathew reviews Only You, a Parkland College student production.
Meghan details her reaction to the five differing components of Dance at Illinois' February Dance.
Gale details her experience at Illinois Theatre's Assassins.
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