Arts editor Kate Fenton previews this year's Ebertfest.
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Kate takes a look at what's coming up in April, including Ebertfest, the Boneyard Arts Festival, local theater, and some ways to take a breather.
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.
Kate discusses the goals of Lodgic Everyday Community, and the tour they gave to the artists they commissioned to influence the space.
Kate sits down with Melissa Merli to discuss Roger Ebert's Film Festival — how it started, how it has changed, and her most memorable moments from the last twenty years.
Kate speaks with local author Caleb Wilson about his debut novella Polymer, which was published as a part of the New Bizarro Author Series and subscribes to being part of the "genre of the weird."
Arts Editor Kate Fenton details what she's looking forward to seeing this month.
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.
Kate speaks with Dustin Leroy Yocum, director of the upcoming production of The Glass Menagerie, to discuss this American classic, the challenges of directing, and why locals should add the Phoenix Theatre to their list of things to check out.
Kate reviews her experience at opening night of the Station Theatre's production of Silent Sky, a play that explores hopeful feminist themes.