A look into the Krannert Center for Performing Art's 2018-2019 season, a celebration of their 50th anniversary.
Posts by Kate Fenton:
A look at The Mountaintop
Kate discussed Twin City Theater Company's upcoming production of The Mountaintop with director Dustin Yocum.
Illinois Theatre announces 2018-19 season
The Department of Theatre at the University of Illinois has announced their 2018-2019 season, which will be apart of their two season 50th anniversary celebration. The selected works “consider the interplay between power and pleasure …
Giertz Gallery call for submissions
Giertz Gallery is now accepting submissions for an exhibition that will celebrate the 200th birthday of Illinois. One must be 18 or older and currently live in Illinois to submit, and submissions do not need …
New addition to Ebertfest: Pure Fe
The Roger Ebert Film Festival announced a new addition to their lineup. They’re adding a musical performance to their closing event on April 22nd. Native American Artist Pura Fe will be performing following the film …
Ebertfest 2018: Your full preview
Arts editor Kate Fenton previews this year's Ebertfest.
This month in the Arts: April 2018
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.
Big Fish to be featured at International Thespian Festival
The cast and crew of the Illinois High School Theatre Festival’s All-State production of Big Fish has been invited to present at the International Thespian Festival in Nebraska in June. This is a pretty big …
Brazen characters battle it out in Barbecue
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.
Artist Talk at KAM next week: Basel Abbas and Ruanne About-Rahme
Next week, Krannert Art Museum will be hosting an Artist Talk with Palestinian artists Basel Abbas and Ruanne About-Rahme who “make collaborative work informed by the artist’s research with historical archives, literature, underground music and …