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T2 brings murder, mayhem, mystery — and a larger-than-life mom — to stage in “Laughs in Spanish”

It takes a big wig to play a big star. To play Colombian movie and television star Stella in “Laughs in Spanish,” actress Tonie Knight relies on her wig, “Estrella,”

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APT returns to Victory Theater with Sondheim’s ‘Into the Woods’

Cinderella and Prince Charming have a secret: They’re in love. They’re getting married seven times on the Arkansas Public Theatre stage as the company finally opens Season 38 with “Into

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Theatre Collective plans series of educational offerings

Since its inception at the beginning of 2023, Theatre Collective of Northwest Arkansas has been onstage every couple of months, producing cabarets, Edgar Allan Poe and a Christmas show, to

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Something Old, Something New – T2 season offers classics, drama, intrigue, comedy

Opening TheatreSquared’s next season with one of American theater’s most recognizable works was equal parts magic and intention, according to T2 Executive Director Shannon Jones. “‘I’m really pumped to see

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CSA’s ‘Something Rotten’ a mashup of musical fun

“It was one of the first shows I ever discovered when I got into theater,” says Asa Stevens of the fast-paced, demanding musical “Something Rotten.” “I remember laughing hysterically at

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Perry Ryan production puts a Biblical spin on ‘Dreamcoat’

“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is not a small show, no matter what company presents it. And it was created by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, so it’s

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T2’s ‘Cambodian Rock Band’ promises music, laughter, tears

You’ll cry. You’ll laugh. You’ll dance. Despite all of the tragedy inherent to “Cambodian Rock Band,” “dancing is heavily encouraged, especially at the end,” says director Nelson T. Eusebio III.

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Theatre Collective puts together sexy fun for Risque Cabaret

Sounds simple, right? You schedule a cabaret, and all your very talented theater friends bring a song or a monologue — sort of like a potluck dinner — and you’ve

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Movement Hub showcases dances in progress Feb. 17

Dance, says practitioner Karen Castleman, is one of those things we think we’re supposed to grow out of doing. That misapprehension is one of the things she wants to change

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Wisdom of Charlie Brown comes to FSLT stage Feb. 15

“As long as you have a positive outlook and surround yourself with people who love and support you, it’s OK to try and fail.” “Trust people’s actions over their words.”