Rochelle interviews a dancer from the Mark Morris Dance Group.
The Moscow Festival Ballet offers three different different performances at the Krannert. Assistant Artistic Director Alexander Daev gives us the details.
Rochelle takes in the surreal but friendly spectacle of the Christmas ballet.
Meghan looks forward to the C-U production of The Nutcracker as a magical way to start off the hoiday season.
Rochelle is (mostly) delighted by Dance at Illinois' fall concert.
The Bollywood Masala Orchestra and Dancers of India will bring their exuberant musical celebration of India to Krannert this week.
Rochelle is excited to see James Brown honored by Phildanco's powerful and kinetic dance company.
It turns out that for something called "circus", the Peking Dreams performance features drama, theatrics and dance as opposed to the plotless clowns and tricks to which Western audiences are accustomed.
Rochelle once again demonstrates the differences between expectation and reality when it comes to cultural dance.
What do you get when you cross 2015’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composer with a world-class acting institute, an internationally renowned performance center, and the unique community of Champaign-Urbana? A night at the theatre that could only happen here.
Remembering her early days of attempted conversion to gracefulness, Rochelle explores the many casual and beginner dance programs offered by our communities' park districts.
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.