Amy captures the magic of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and encounters some familiar C-U thespians along the way.
Posts by Amy Penne:
Champaign-Urbana’s Glass Room Poets build community one word at a time
Virtual readings provide an intimate space for poetry.
Nautical nonsense grants your wish at Parkland’s The SpongeBob Musical
Get your Broadway fix right here at home with Parkland Theatre's The Spongebob Musical.
Talent is on tap in Lynn Nottage’s Sweat at Krannert Center
Latrelle Bright’s impeccable visionary work on Lynn Nottage's Sweat is a practice in empathy.
Urbana’s first Youth Poet Laureate talks poetry, performance, and promise
Danyla Nash uses spoken word for social justice and creating community.
CU Theatre Company’s Tempest delivers such stuff as dreams are made on
Champaign Urbana Theatre Company's Tempest dispels our darkness with sprites and magic.
Hudson’s Better Angels emblazon the Giertz Gallery at Parkland College
Colorful apocalypse meets quiet form in Steven Hudson’s exhibit, Better Angels.
Uncover the beauty of numbers in black and white
Debra Domal’s Confessions by Numbers is a pure gift for the soul.
Parkland’s Giertz Gallery vibrates with earthenware energy
Come for the Steam-Punk Buddha and revel in Vulnerabilities.
Immerse yourself in Force Majeure at the Tarble Arts Center
Head to Charleston for this outburst of feminist images, sounds, and landscapes.