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The Virus Of Fear

New theater company debuts in Fayetteville “In the Middle of Nowhere,” a play written by former University of Arkansas professor and theater department chairman Kent Brown, “really struck a chord”

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Fate Versus Free Will

Classic from 17th century asks relevant 2018 questions University of Arkansas Theatre’s Jeremiah Albers is directing the department’s production of the 17th century Spanish classic “Life Is a Dream,” written

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Four Minutes, Four Questions Stephen Karam

LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Stephen Karam’s “The Humans” debuted on stage in the fall of 2015, it created quite a sensation: The New York Times called it a “haunting,

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Psychological Thriller

‘Butcher Holler’ ‘a poetic, hallucinatory experience’ LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Fayetteville audiences sit down to watch Aztec Economy’s production of Casey Wimpee’s “Butcher Holler Here We Come,” they’ll be

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REVIEW: ‘At the Illusionist’s Table’

“We’ve all heard of dinner theater, but I thought that this was a way of pushing it further — by integrating illusion and mentalism, and by making the audience the

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Family Dynamics

T2’s ‘The Humans’ a perfect blend of humor, drama LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Rarely does a play cry out for the old theater cliché “You’ll laugh, you’ll cry” as much

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REVIEW: “Cabaret”

Show remains challenging, contemporary By: Jocelyn Murphy I saw “Cabaret” for the first time last night as it opened at the Walton Arts Center. Never seen the movie, never seen

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Challenging, Contemporary

What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play Life is a cabaret, old chum Come to the cabaret It’s the early 1930s. Berlin is experiencing

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An ‘Awesome’ First Half

APT opens 2018 with classic comedy ‘The Producers’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com About this time, the arts community might be looking for a season announcement from Arkansas Public Theatre. It won’t

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400-Year-Old Warning

“Why, I can smile, and murder whiles I smile, “And cry ‘content’ to that which grieves my heart, “And wet my cheeks with artificial tears, “And frame my face to