Beethoven and Brahms take the spotlight
Illinois Symphony earns standing ovations
By Scott Faingold
Springfield Theatre Centre stages a powerful musical
Fun Home is funny and moving, full of extraordinary songs
By Phil Funkenbusch
Ladies and gents, and those who have yet to make up their minds...
Kinky Boots, the musical, at the Legacy
By Mary Young
Buyer & Cellar is worth the buy-in
Spencer Theatre Company’s one-man show continues at the Hoogland
By Nicole L.V. Mullis
Wearable art comes alive
Downtown Springfield gallery showcases creative talent
By Joseph Copley
This raucous old comedy still works
The Playboy arrives on the Hoogland stage
Lincoln lore on stage
New play by a local writer explores assassination plot
A classic comes to the New Salem stage
Inherit the Wind could be about yesterday. Or tomorrow.
Matilda, weird and wonderful
The Muni showcases delightful children and some "deliciously despicable" adults
Miss Daisy doesn't get old
Spencer Theatre Co. brings the 1980s hit to the Hoogland
My One and Only tap dances into your heart
Final show is this weekend at the Legacy. Go see it.
Stop the presses!
Go see Newsies at the Muni
Ragtime is a good time
At the Muni, a melting pot of people and dreams
Colorado artist's work is bold and deep
Paintings by Sally Elliott on exhibit at Springfield Art Association
By Karen Ackerman Witter
A youngster suddenly alone
An old story renewed at New Salem’s Theatre in the Park
Spongebob celebrates Muni's return
Mama's Day a tribute to playwright's mother
"No one can do everything, but each of us can do something"
The art of faith
From a jazz funeral parade, to wedding clothes, to music, architecture and theater, the 2022 Liturgical Arts Festival showcases, without judging, the paths we walk to God.
Donations to make a difference
Illinois State Museum Society launches Guerry and Michelle Suggs Fund
By Cinda Ackerman Klickna
Not your grandmother's quilts
Springfield Area Quilt Guild show at fairgrounds March 18-19
AMC Classic Springfield 12
Sun., Jan. 29, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Jan. 31, 7-9 p.m.
You People struggles to find new ground, Maybe I do reminiscent of high school play
By Chuck Koplinski
Peanuts, the crop that changed history
Use your pantry for winter skin care
By Ashley Meyer
Plane absurd but fun, Brendan Fraser shines in The Whale, but Nicolas Cage sleepwalks through The Old Way
Capital City Parent
Best Of Springfield 2022