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Constructed With Care

Alma PAC promises season of variety, quality LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com As the Alma Performing Arts Center’s executive director, Teresa Schlabach is always on the hunt for family-friendly fare that

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Finding ‘Neverland’

UAFS celebrates 39th Season of Entertainment BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com When Stacey Jones looks back at the past 38 years, he sees an arts and entertainment landscape that has changed more

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Sun Did Come Out

Actress shines as APT’s new Miss Hannigan BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com It might be every director’s nightmare, but it’s also every actor’s dream — to be the understudy who steps in

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The Sun Will Come Out

APT’s ‘Annie’ a light-hearted summer classic BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “Most young girls involved in musical theater around the age of 10 dream of a chance to play Annie,” says Jennifer

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Screams Come Free

‘Buying Ghosts’ podcast debuts July 19 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com The tale begins like any good ghost story: Once upon a time, there was a spooky Victorian house with a reputation

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‘The Name Of The Game’

Winner takes it all on ACO summer stage LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Julie Gabel’s first foray into the Arts Center of the Ozarks summer musical was the 1980 production of

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A Pirate’s Life For Me!

Swashbuckling adventure awaits at Silver Dollar City BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com What little boy doesn’t dream of a swashbuckling adventure aboard a pirate ship laden with treasure? Brad Schroeder certainly did.

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Digging In To The Story

Serious play inspires serious discussion LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Arts Live’s newest show, “The Hundred Dresses,” has an important message about bullying and inclusion — subjects that are particularly pertinent

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Do You Hear The People Sing?

Celebrated musical returns to Walton Arts Center JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Like many musical theater lovers — and even your average pop culture consumers — Paige Smallwood remembers being a young

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Fifteen Years Later

Nora walks back in to ‘Doll’s House,’ unapologetic BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com It all starts with a knock on a prominently placed door. In this stark white room, in an upper-middle