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Catching The Community Bus

‘Shelter’ takes playgoers on a journey LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Artist’s Laboratory Theatre’s artistic director Erika Wilhite is excited about something, she talks fast. Really fast. Mile-a-minute, rat-a-tat-tat machine

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Chaos With Chickens

The chickens have certainly come home to roost in Trike Theatre’s “Chicken Story Time”, a charming adaptation of Sandra Asher’s book of the same name. “The play is set around

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A Career Of Firsts

In jeans, a T-shirt and a white cardigan — even with her shoulder-length brown hair — Amy Eversole looks and sounds like former Texas Gov. Ann Richards. It’s in Eversole’s

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The Game Is Afoot: T2 invites Sherlock Holmes fans to play along

It is arguably Sherlock Holmes’ most popular case — or maybe Dr. Watson’s. In “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” the famous British detective and his sidekick investigate the gruesome demise

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‘Beautifully’ Enduring

King is songwriter you didn’t know you knew Falling in love at 16 and getting married too young, going through a divorce, having children and having what you thought was

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Staged Surprises

ArkansasStaged prides itself on making extraordinary theater in interesting spaces. “I’m drawn to creating theatrical experiences that surprise an audience and dislodge their sense of what is expected while taking

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A Possible Dream: Actors, singers undertake quixotic quest

It might have seemed he was tilting at windmills. But Michael Riha never gave up. “I have been in conversation with the [chairwoman of the music department] Ronda Mains, for

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Laughter Through Tears

When you go to the theater, do you prefer a comedy? Or would you rather watch a tear-jerking drama? Director Eric Wells says Fort Smith Little Theatre has all the

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Something Special

Perhaps the best thing about the 2018/19 Broadway season at the Walton Arts Center, according to vice president for programming Scott Galbraith, is the shows’ relatability and their simultaneous transcendence

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The Family Business

Travis Sullivan is proof that Dolly Parton’s Stampede is another family-friendly Branson business. His uncle was a trick rider for the attraction. His aunt works in marketing, his grandmother in