Latest Arts & Culture News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
As the holiday season approaches, the Nutcracker ballet takes center stage in Champaign Urbana. Illinois Public Media’s Kimberly Schofield and Owen Henderson sat down with Kay Greene, the Executive Director of the CU Ballet, and Kevin Burnside, a
CHAMPAIGN — As the holiday season approaches, many towns and cities are gearing up for their annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremonies. From Danville to Charleston, there
“12 Angry Jurors” at Centennial High School, Champaign Date & Time: Evening Performances: November 16th, 17th, and 18th at 7 p.m. | Matinee: Sunday, November
Thursday, November 9 25th Annual Salute to Veterans Concert at Danville High School in Danville Time: 6 p.m. at the DHS auditorium. Details: Join the
Country music was represented by Willie Nelson, punk had Rage Against the Machine, the late George Michael repped pure pop and Link Wray defined guitar heroes.
Thursday, November 2 Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr. presented by Champaign Park District Youth Theatre at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign November 2nd and
URBANA — Prohibition-Era decadence dominates the stage in Andrew Lippa’s musical “The Wild Party,” as attendees flirt, dance and fight in a debaucherous celebration hosted
DANVILLE — “Uncle Joe Cannon” is a student-produced documentary that revisits the life of a prominent 19th-century Illinois politician. Joseph Cannon spent 46 years in
Look below for information on arts and entertainment around central Illinois. Listen to Kimberly Schofield and Owen Henderson talk about weekend events on IPM News
Urbana – The Realness: a break beat play is a theatrical production focusing on 90s hip-hop culture, set to be staged this November in Urbana.
Station Theatre’s ‘WROL (Without Rule of Law)’ spotlights preteens’ hopes and fears during societal collapse.
URBANA — A play described as a combination of children’s author Judy Blume and the movie “Rambo” opens at the Station Theatre in Urbana tomorrow
More than half of non-Spanish-speaking Latinos in the U.S. say they’ve been shamed by other Latinos for not speaking the language, according to a
URBANA — The ninth CU Jazz Festival takes place this weekend with a variety of shows and events around Champaign-Urbana. One of those performances will celebrate