Debra reviews Because I Am Your Queen, Illinois Theatre's premiere production of Mina Samuels new play, which runs through April 7th at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Debra previews the 2019 8 to Create live art show, coming to the Link Gallery at the Art + Design Building this Saturday.
Katie reviews the Station Theatre's current production, Marisol by José Rivera and directed by Jace Jamison.
Debra recaps local artist EKAH's new work, The Magic Lantern, which premiered last night at the Urbana Free Library.
Debra dives deep into the interplay of words and images in the Winter 2018/2019 issue of the Ninth Letter
Tianyuan takes you through her journey from “Renaissance to Modern Remix: Highlights from the European and American Art Collection,” a new exhibition at Krannert Art Museum.
John reviews the latest issue of the online science-fiction and fantasy publication, Uncanny Magazine and, in the process, becomes an unofficial Space Unicorn.
Katie reflects on her experience of the Champaign-Urbana Theatre Company's production of OuR ToWN this past weekend.
Chloe reviews armageddon or sunrise or something, choreographed and performed by MFA Dance candidates Leah Wilks and Mauriah Kraker last weekend Bluestem Hall at Barnhart Prairie.
Debra reviews the Mark Morris Dance Group's recent performance of Pepperland at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Debra chats with director Mathew Green about the CUTC's production of Our Town, opening Thursday at the Parkland College Theatre.
Katie previews student-written play Love Life, which opens this weekend.
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.