Hannah chats with The Women of Lockerbie director Mathew Green prior to the show's opening tonight at The Station Theatre.
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.
Jarrod reviews Parkland College Theater's Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, directed by Mathew Green.
Remington takes in Hir, directed by Dustin Yocum, and you should catch it at the Station this November.
Jarrod reviews Twin City Theatre Company's production of Ira Levin's Deathtrap.
Angela talks with local performer, writer, and activist Susan Parenti.
Jarrod speaks with director Dustin Yocum, and cast members about the Station Theatre's upcoming production of Taylor Mac's HIR.
Julie tries something new and takes in this well-known and well-loved opera.
Mathew interviews director Aaron Polk about Twin City Theatre Company's upcoming production of Deathtrap.
John speaks with director J.W. Morrissette about Illinois Theater’s production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
Jarrod reviews The Station Theatre's production of Men on Boats directed by Latrelle Bright.
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