News & Updates
PPP pRESENTS: still
Protagonist Pizza's newest short film in 2018, Still, is about the first experience of falling in love through the art of dance and dreams.
Directed by: Nic Morse
Starring: Ryan Luzzo Danyelle Monson
Choreography: Chris Green
Song: "Oh my my" by Racquel Rizzo
Special Thanks to Cafe Paradiso and Luke Worland for their help and support.
The station theatre presents: The Aliens by Annie baker
The Aliens tells the story of two young men who frequent a coffee shop in Vermont and the young employee they decide to take under their wing. Jasper and KJ are disillusioned New England thirty-somethings who regularly meet behind the coffee shop to discuss poetry and music.
THE PROCESS FEATURING:
One of C-U's finest, Sunny Ture, sits down with PPP to talk his process and thoughts on today's hip hop scene! Leave a like and subscribe and support Sunny and his group, PushSoul! Peace
The process Featuring Chawla
Take a look at the latest installment of our Smile Politely series, The Process, featuring local musician, Chawla.
Station theatre presents: fun Home
Go see this rad show on on of the 13 show dates from January 13th through February 3! Event link listed below:
Tabloids: the Animated web series
Check out the animatic for this web comedy created by Andrew Ambrose Lee and Jessica Schlipf! Stay tuned for more updates; this show will be a good one.
PPP Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Big thanks to the Urbana Business Association and Mayor Diane Marlin for this opportunity! PPP was awarded a business grant from city of Urbana. We have some big things in store!
'a corner for august'
has been selected into the New Art Film Festival! You can catch the film at the 7:30PM block at the Art Theater. Check out the whole lineup here: https://newartfilmfestival.com/naff-2017-lets-local-cinema-reign/
Protagonist Pizza Productions has an office space! Come on down to Collider Co-Work, 123 W Main St, Urbana, IL, and you might get to see some of the magic happen!
a corner for august
Check out our short film, a corner for august!
Dir. Janjay Knowlden
Written by Sofia Fey and Luke Worland
DP. Nic Morse