Julie speaks with director Mathew Green about Sweat, which opens tonight at The Station Theatre.
John takes a look at the latest film series offering at the Art Theater, featuring subjects that are close to home.
Angela discusses Urbana's Open Scene, Open Mic.
John reviews the play The Aliens, which looks at the way we make friends and how our friends shape our lives.
John checks out Buyer & Cellar, which looks at the power that fantasy holds over us all, famous and otherwise.
Michaela runs down what's happening in theatre over the summer in C-U.
Mathew reviews Twin City Squared's production of Katori Hall's The Mountaintop.
A look into the Krannert Center for Performing Art's 2018-2019 season, a celebration of their 50th anniversary.
Kate discussed Twin City Theater Company's upcoming production of The Mountaintop with director Dustin Yocum.
Students from Susan Becker's Arts299: Fashion Design walked the runway at Temple Hoyne Buell Hall to present works of fashion at the 12th Annual Re-Fashioned Show.
The editors and writers of Smile Politely attend the 20th Annual Roger Ebert Film Festival to keep you up to date on this year's festivities.
Nicole talks with Kate Davis, one of the directors of Traffic Stop, nominated for a 2018 Oscar Award for Documentary Short Subject.
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.