Marika checks out the annual Parkland College Graphic Design Student Show at Giertz Gallery.
Local poet and professor Gale Renee Walden has released her second book of poetry in twenty years, and Rebecca wants to argue semantics about how to praise it.
The title of today's sermon is, "Can church be dramatic without religion?" and will be delivered by guest speaker, Rebecca Knaur, who attended The Station's production of Lucas Hnath's The Christians.
Rebecca rounds out the week’s worth of watching and ruminates on the themes of the fest.
A running tally of what’s been going on at Ebertfest this year, brought to you by Rebecca.
The music of Cole Porter accompanies passengers on a light-hearted ocean voyage in Parkland Theater’s current production of Anything Goes.
Rebecca got lucky enough to see Iago’s Plot at Krannert Center.
Sarah reviews University of Illinois: Engine of Innovation, a collection of essays highlighting the University of Illinois’ history of ingenuity and inventiveness.
Rebecca watched Sleep Deprivation Chamber at the Station Theatre, and explains why its message deserves to be heard.
Rebecca finally weighs in on the book of the quarter: local authors’ Damian Duffy and John Jennings adaptation of Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred.
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