This near silent production showcases the human struggle to find meaning. Small Mouth Sounds will leave you wondering how much meaning your words carry.
Rachel takes in Parkland College's performance of Shakespeare's classic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing.
Gale takes a look at local editor Jason Lee Brown's recent work on The Book of Donuts, published earlier this year.
Rebecca went to see Title and Deed and left feeling both enriched and slightly foolish. Or fooled by a well-composed production.
Kate takes a look at Parkland Theatre's production of The Crucible by Arthur Miller, a classic of the American canon that has become crucially relevant once again.
Rebecca spends an evening at the
theatre… political rally… tribunal… funeral theatre.
Forget it; you decide.
It is a bit unusual for a professor from the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology to publish a novel like this, and Jason talks more with author Bob Switzer.
Marika checks out Krannert Art Museum's opening night, and previews the upcoming fall season.
The filmmaking community and the community at large all came together to celebrate the creativity of our brightest artistic stars: young and old.
Track 9, an atmospheric thriller by localish author Sue Rovens, poses some questions that Rebecca has spent about a month pondering.
Kate Fenton looks into the not-so-distant future with the Station Theatre's Marjorie Prime.
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.