Mathew reviews last weekend's musical comedy from Lyric Theatre @ Illinois.
Katie reflects on her experience seeing the Station Theatre's production of Stupid F*#cking Bird by Aaron Posner, directed by Kay Holley.
Debra reviews the Jupiter String Quartet's April 23rd performance at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, which included the prairie premiere of Kati Agócs "Imprimatur."
Debra reviews the latest 40 North art exhibit, "Those Who Teach, Can," which will be up at the 40 Point One | art space through May 28th
Tianyuan reviews the 2019 University of Illinois Masters of Fine Arts Exhibition, which will be up at Krannert Art Museum through April 25th.
Katie chats with Kay Holley, the director of the upcoming production of Stupid F*#king Bird at the historic Station Theatre.
Mathew speaks with director Dustin Yocum and actor Kimmy Schofield about their latest collaboration.
The Smile Politely editors share their 2019 Ebertfest experiences.
Debra previews Kinky Boots, coming to the State Farm Center this Sunday night, chats with Chris Kane, dance captain/assisant to the choreographer, and together they'll convince you that this production is the best reason to go see a musical.
Debra previews the Come Home to Krannert Center: 50th Anniversary Weekend and dives deep into a discussion of KCPA's unique success story with director Mike Ross.
Debra previews this Saturday's Small Press Fest! and talks with festival co-organizer Sarah Christensen.
Debra previews Ebertfest, which kicks off its 21st year this Wednesday.
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