Debra shares her list of must-see arts events for December 2021.
After visitng the Literary, Kathleen says "sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your books."
In her new book, The Truth About Elves, Champaign-based author Ekta R. Garg posits a surprising answer to the age-old question of "what if holiday magic was real?"
Come for the Steam-Punk Buddha and revel in Vulnerabilities.
If there is a theme that ties all of the four dances of November Dance together, then it’s a longing for connection.
Here's what you need to know about the Festival of Writers, the the two-day, talent-packed wordfest coming to Krannert Center for the Performing Arts this weekend.
Origin Story director Lisa Gaye Dixon says, "It is an oft-repeated truism that stories and plays reveal us to ourselves...No matter our status in life, we humans are always in need of connection—brief, sustained, calm, or chaotic—we need to know we matter, that we are seen."
Julie reviews Fun Home, the latest offering from Lyric Theatre at Illinois.
Alyssa reviews Parkland's She Kills Monsters, a play set in 1995 in Athens, Ohio, which features a strong cast, slapstick comedy, sword-fighting, and young love. The show runs through November 14th.
Debra shares her list of "don't miss" arts events for the month of November.
Author and illustrator, Daniel Charles Wild, takes you on an emotional journey with Stories For Imaginary Friends: 50 Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi Stories, and Essays
In Z Macabre's second book inThe Witch book series Marisa's magical journey includes the return of an old lover, who just so happens to be a nonbinary vampire.
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.