Amy captures the magic of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and encounters some familiar C-U thespians along the way.
Watching Bad Jews is like sitting at a restaurant while the family four tables down argues. You definitely shouldn’t be watching, but gosh darn it, how could you not?
Andrei Kureichik, currently a Visiting Artist at the University of Illinois, created a play using the real words of Belarusians caught in the struggle for democracy.
The Station Theatre’s production of Borderline shows the importance of the stories we tell each other to keep the darkness at bay.
Allerton Park Artists-in-Residence Nicole Anderson-Cobb and Latrelle Bright are researching the history of the park and Monticello in the 19th century.
Get your Broadway fix right here at home with Parkland Theatre's The Spongebob Musical.
Debra talks with Neverland director Madeline Sayet about her revolutionary reimaginging of a problematic classic.
Champaign Urbana Theatre Company's Tempest dispels our darkness with sprites and magic.
Benjamin Gailey’s 10 out of 12 exposed the nerve-wracking beast that is the theater tech rehearsal.
Genesee Spridco’s Varslaren showcases the journey of fighting for truth in the face of opposition.
Director BJ Gailey tells us what to expect from the upcoming Parkland production of Anne Washburn's 10 out of 12, which opens on February 17th.
A 100-year-old production of a classic whodunit and the genesis of a comic book icon is given fresh, energetic life.
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