Mathew chats with director Jaclyn Loewenstein about the Station Theatre's production of Bess Wohl's intimate (and mostly silent) new play.
In advance of their shows on November 3-4, Protagonist Pizza gets a behind the scenes look at Hazelwood Jr. High.
Kate Fenton discusses Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) with Lisa Gaye Dixon, the director of the upcoming production by Illinois Theatre.
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.
Mathew chats with director Jace Jamison about Twin City Theatre Company's upcoming production of Waiting for Godot.
Mathew interviews director Deb Richardson about her upcoming production of Will Eno's one-person show.
Jeff speaks with director Tom Mitchell before his adaptation of All the King's Men debuts at Krannert Center.
Witchhunts and webs are discussed with Mathew Green, director of Parkland Theatre's season-opener.
Protagonist Pizza Productions takes a look at University of Illinois faculty member Lisa Gaye Dixon's process of acting and directing, plus more.
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