Katie Burke discusses upcoming production of Parkland College Theatre's Memphis with director Jeff Dare.
Kate reviews Illinois Theatre's production of Barbecue, which features a group of brazen siblings staging an intervention for their sister, and ultimately asks how important the truth really is.
Kate discusses the goals of Lodgic Everyday Community, and the tour they gave to the artists they commissioned to influence the space.
Mark attends Discover CU's tour of Downtown Champaign's historic theaters.
Jarrod reviews Cock, The Station Theatre's latest production, directed by founder of the Celebration Company Rick Orr.
Kate sits down with Melissa Merli to discuss Roger Ebert's Film Festival — how it started, how it has changed, and her most memorable moments from the last twenty years.
Jeff Nelson discusses Laurence Lieberman's career, including his work at the University of Illinois and his recent publications.
Katie Burke discusses upcoming production Cock with Station Theatre Artistic Director Rick Orr.
Katie sits down with local artist Kim Curtis to discuss her work, who has influenced it, and how she got here.
Kate speaks with local author Caleb Wilson about his debut novella Polymer, which was published as a part of the New Bizarro Author Series and subscribes to being part of the "genre of the weird."
Nika recaps her experience at this year's Resist 2.0 event, an art fair dedicated to the theme of resistance.
Katie attends the annual 8 to Create live event and chats with some of the organizers and artists involved about this unique event.
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.