Protagonist Pizza Productions takes a look at University of Illinois faculty member Lisa Gaye Dixon's process of acting and directing, plus more.
Nika checks in with the cast and crew of the upcoming Twin City Theatre Company production of Billy Elliot, the Musical.
Kate Fenton looks into the not-so-distant future with the Station Theatre's Marjorie Prime.
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.
Rebecca tries to discern exactly what went down at the ballpark during Bleacher Bums.
Twin City Squared’s new production was originally scheduled closer to baseball’s pre-season, but gets underway tonight.
Rebecca examines how the “strange”ers in the Station Theatre’s production of The Foreigner aren’t all that far from home.
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.
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