Nineteenth annual Ebertfest kicks off tonight. Here are some ins and outs of the weekend as a whole.
There are many ways to find out what flicks to pick at Ebertfest next week — but since you're here, here's our take.
Mathew reviews Illinois Theatre's 70s-inspired Romeo & Juliet, now on stage at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Mara previews famed storytelling organization The Moth's visit to The Virginia Theater on Saturday night.
Sarah and Rebecca offer their dual opinions on the Spring chapter of BEAR from the Unreliable Bestiary, currently at the Station Theatre.
Kyle A. Thomas discusses the operatic "scenes show" Viva Verdi! being performed at Krannert this weekend.
Rebecca and Sarah give old and new eyes to the final installment of The Unreliable Bestiary’s BEAR
Marika explores the work of Alicia Henry and finds out more about this week's opening reception at Giertz Gallery.
PechaKucha is back for a night of celebration with ten stories from ten presenters.
Sarah previews the newest exhibitions at Krannert Art Museum, ranging from post-Depression to modern performance art to the University's long history. Regardless of the age of the works, art has a way of reflecting the context of the viewer, and shedding new light on current topics.
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.