Jarrod speaks about the Station Theatre's production of Fun Home—a heart-breaking musical about discovering our own self and learning to understand loved ones through new eyes—with director Latrelle Bright and several cast members.
Lyric Theatre at Illinois's production of Hansel and Gretel combines the fantasical, whimsical elements of the fairy tale with modern elements that audiences of all ages will enjoy.
Kate reviews the opening night of the Station Theatre's production of Miss Bennet: A Christmas at Pemberley.
Jarrod speaks with director Joi Hoffsommer and cast members to preview The Station Theatre's production of Miss Bennet: A Christmas at Pemberley.
Kimmy Schofield, known for her performances in She Kills Monsters, The Crucible, American Idiot, and more, speaks with Jarrod about her experiences in C-U's community theater scene.
This near silent production showcases the human struggle to find meaning. Small Mouth Sounds will leave you wondering how much meaning your words carry.
Rachel takes in Parkland College's performance of Shakespeare's classic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing.
Maureen Sanderson previews Parkland's production of Much Ado About Nothing with BJ Gailey, director of the production, and Abby Gailey, leading actress in the show.
Mathew chats with director Jaclyn Loewenstein about the Station Theatre's production of Bess Wohl's intimate (and mostly silent) new play.
In advance of their shows on November 3-4, Protagonist Pizza gets a behind the scenes look at Hazelwood Jr. High.
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