Jarrod reviews Farinelli and the King as the Station Theatre opens its 48th season.
KT reviews the opening night show of Parkland College Theatre's currrent production, Elephant's Graveyard.
Kat reviews Home, a unique performance piece created by Geoff Sobelle.
Debra reviews "Scars that Bind / Resilient Women Artists," a group exhibition currently showing at the University Y.
Debra reviews "An Analogy," a collection of work by painters Cinda Womble Pettigrew and Judith Baker-Barrows currently showing at the Analog Gallery.
Debra reviews David Rousséve / REALITY's Halfway to Dawn, which was performed at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts this past Friday.
Debra explores "Art Since 1948," the newly opened modern and contemporary exhibition at Krannert Art Museum
Debra shares her experience of the 2019 Parkland Art and Design Faculty exhibit at the Giertz Gallery.
Debra reviews the first book in local writer Z. Snyder's revolutionary, queer supernatural series, The Witch.
Jarrod reviews local author Mike Trippiedi's science fiction novel Once Upon an Ending.
Jarrod reviews Champaign-Urbana Theater Company's production of the beloved Wizard of Oz.
Jarrod reviews the final show of the Station Theatre's summer season The Last Five Years.
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.