Rebecca gathers together all the performances that will be happening within the confines of C-U during the summer months.
The title of today's sermon is, "Can church be dramatic without religion?" and will be delivered by guest speaker, Rebecca Knaur, who attended The Station's production of Lucas Hnath's The Christians.
The first week of May means we get to spend another four months anticipating the delights KCPA has in store for us next year.
Rebecca rounds out the week’s worth of watching and ruminates on the themes of the fest.
A running tally of what’s been going on at Ebertfest this year, brought to you by Rebecca.
Nineteenth annual Ebertfest kicks off tonight. Here are some ins and outs of the weekend as a whole.
There are many ways to find out what flicks to pick at Ebertfest next week — but since you're here, here's our take.
Mathew reviews Illinois Theatre's 70s-inspired Romeo & Juliet, now on stage at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Mara previews famed storytelling organization The Moth's visit to The Virginia Theater on Saturday night.
Sarah and Rebecca offer their dual opinions on the Spring chapter of BEAR from the Unreliable Bestiary, currently at the Station Theatre.
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