Courtney speaks with a few of the choreographers from Dance at Illinois' upcoming Studio Dance I about the paths that led them here and the importance of dance.
Kate sits down with the director of Champaign Urbana Theater Company's upcoming production of You Can't Take It With You Jessica Elliott to discuss the importance of family in their production.
Katie Burke discusses Illinois Theatre's upcoming production of Twelfth Night, or What You Will with director Matthew Arbour.
Nika sits down with Mary Hodson, Cathy Emanuel, and Kay Bronston to discuss Champaign County Nursing Home's upcoming art fair.
Nika speaks with Kelly White, executive director of 40 North, about their upcoming fundraiser: Untitled 2018: Invasion of the Arts.
The new film Black Panther made its debut on the big screen this past weekend, and Protagonist Pizza spoke with some locals about the film.
Kate speaks with Dustin Leroy Yocum, director of the upcoming production of The Glass Menagerie, to discuss this American classic, the challenges of directing, and why locals should add the Phoenix Theatre to their list of things to check out.
Kate reviews her experience at opening night of the Station Theatre's production of Silent Sky, a play that explores hopeful feminist themes.
Katie speaks with Niccole Powers about her life in art, the challenges of tattoo art, and pursuing creativity always.
Rachel Wooley visits the Sodo Theatre for the first production of Twin City Theatre Company's 2018 season.
Mathew reviews Only You, a Parkland College student production.
Mathew speaks with director Chelsea Collier Zych about Danville Light Opera's upcoming musical-comedy mystery.
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.