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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

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Ready For A Closeup

APT unveils Season 331/3 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Sometimes it’s not what you know, but who you know. When it comes to selecting and booking the rights to a theater season,

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Review: “RENT”

Last night, with a nearly sold out house at Fayetteville’s Walton Arts Center, I saw Jonathan Larson’s “RENT” for the very first time. It still surprises even myself I’ve gone

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Viva La Vie Boheme!

For every generation of theater kids, there is the musical. Not “a” musical, “the” musical, the one that defines who they are, what they believe, where they want to go

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One-Man Show Offers Intimate Chat With Author

If you could attend a dinner party, or an intimate fireside chat, with anyone from history, who would your list include? If author C.S. Lewis immediately came to mind, you’re

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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,