Chloe reviews The Brown Theater Collective’s reading of The Successful Life of 3, which comically rejects normative, monogamous love stories and celebrates our glorious wrongness.
August: Osage County explores the many different ways a family might come together (or fall apart) in the wake of a tragedy.
Jarrod sits with director Mathew Green and cast members Carolyn Kodes, Keilah Wilson, and Matt Hester to preview The Station Theatre's production of August: Osage County.
Jarrod reviews Parkland College Theatre's production of Memphis.
Kate reviews Illinois Theatre's production of Barbecue, which features a group of brazen siblings staging an intervention for their sister, and ultimately asks how important the truth really is.
Mark attends Discover CU's tour of Downtown Champaign's historic theaters.
Jarrod reviews Cock, The Station Theatre's latest production, directed by founder of the Celebration Company Rick Orr.
Katie Burke discusses upcoming production Cock with Station Theatre Artistic Director Rick Orr.
Maureen reviews the Shakespearean comedy put onto the Krannert Stage and taking audiences through the twists and turns of love triangles, pranks, and trickery gone wrong.
Rachel reviews the Monticello Theatre Association's production of the classic Tennessee Williams play.
Kate sits down with the director of Champaign Urbana Theater Company's upcoming production of You Can't Take It With You Jessica Elliott to discuss the importance of family in their production.
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