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An Inspirational Hook

‘Finding Neverland’ soars with magic, imagination When an actor with a body of work as rich and storied as John Davidson says a show is the most enjoyable experience he’s

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Red Ryder Rises

‘Christmas Story’ takes APT veteran back to beginning BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Ten-year-old Ralphie Park has only one worry in his life: Will Santa bring him the “official Red Ryder carbine

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‘Wonderful Life,’ Wonderful Message

T2 creates radio play within a play LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com “Strange, isn’t it?” says angel Clarence Odbody at a pivotal point of the 1946 classic movie “It’s a Wonderful

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Double The Shopping Options

Little Craft Show grows bigger with second location LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com The Little Craft Show isn’t so little anymore: the homespun, grassroots craft collective that started in 2011 will

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Woven In Fun

‘Charlotte’s Web’ offers sweet holiday message LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Trike Theatre debuts its production of the classic “Charlotte’s Web” this weekend, it will mark the beginning of a new relationship

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REVIEW: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Stage adaptation fresh as newly fallen snow Some might consider the first week of November a little early to pull out their red and green flannels and luxe red dresses

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An Intimate Experience

Block St. Theatre Co’s third production, Samuel Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape,” continues this weekend at The Nines in Fayetteville. The one-person show will feature fan favorite Bill Rogers in the

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Thought-Provoking Twists

Ann Hopkins, a founder of the Eureka Springs’ Five and Dime Drama Collective, says the group is a synergetic relationship between writers and performers that originated with Eureka Springs’ Writer’s

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Cuttin’ Loose

Fate can intervene when it’s least expected. Missy Speer Gipson knows that now. Gipson already had a job she loves as executive director of the Young Actors Guild in Fort

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‘History Comes Alive’

Artist’s Laboratory Theatre and the Fayetteville Evergreen Cemetery Association will present the second annual “History Comes Alive,” a theater experience set in Fayetteville’s oldest cemetery. Actors will portray the parts