Daniel chats with Matt Green, director of The Station's short running but promising production of The Little Dog Laughed
Though conflicted, Matt finds a way to laugh at, and even enjoy, Ug, The Caveman Musical
Matt previews the Station Theatre's latest production: Ug, the caveman musical. Yeah, it's about cavemen.
Aquatown, a new stage production with deep roots in water conservation, comes to the UC-IMC tonight and continues through the weekend.
Believe it or not, it's possible to enjoy a performance of a topic that you're completely ignorant of, especially if tossed salad is served.
I bet you're worried. We were worried. We were worried about vaginas.
It may not be a pick-me-up, but A Body of Water is still worth seeing this weekend at the Station Theatre.
Tracy Nectoux entered the Studio Theatre at the Krannert expecting to see a play about a family with a rabid dog named "Killer Joe." Tracy did not have a clue.
While the play has its funny moments, Absurd's second act falls short with comedic timing.
Celebrate Christmas in July with Station Theatre's dark comedy Absurd Person Singular, which opens today, July 23.
You've never seen Shere Khan and Kaa quite like this.
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