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‘Six Degrees Of Separation’: UAFS actors consider ‘threads of chance’

Jaylin Williams might be the Fort Smith native making the biggest name for himself right now as a forward on the winning Razorback basketball team. But Daniel Myers hopes it

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What’s New At T2? Season 17 has comedies, classics and one (mostly) true tale

Artistic director and TheatreSquared co-founder Bob Ford says he’s always a bit emotional at the end of a production, but perhaps even more so now that the theater has made

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Race, Relationships, Roles: T2’s ‘Tiger Style!’ looks at cultural identity

If you’ve ever disappointed your parents, you might relate to “Tiger Style!,” a comedy about race, family relationships and the definition of success, which opened this weekend at TheatreSquared. Brother

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Race, Relationships, Roles: T2’s ‘Tiger Style!’ looks at cultural identity

If you’ve ever disappointed your parents, you might relate to “Tiger Style!,” a comedy about race, family relationships and the definition of success, which opened this weekend at TheatreSquared. Brother

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In A New York Minute: Satirist Fran Lebowitz has plenty to say

Editor’s Note: This performance has been rescheduled to 7 p.m. Nov. 29 due to inclement weather. Tickets already purchased will be honored then. Fran Lebowitz has done billions of interviews,

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Mental Illness Made Human: UA actors come together for original drama

When you first see Dani on the stage, she’s not alone. Wrapped around her legs is Depression, a character as real as the human figure it’s attached to. A friend

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Curtain Up! APT’s Season 37 includes world premiere

There’s an old saying that it takes a village, and it’s that community of volunteers that gets the credit for Arkansas Public Theatre’s survival — and success — during the

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Kody Ford: Arkansas Cinema Society makes inroads around state

This is just one of the fascinating people you might want to keep your eye on in 2022. Kody Ford knows a little bit about the arts and culture scene

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‘Love Lifts Us Up’: Wes Williams makes iconic role his own in ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’

Imagine a sandy-haired, sweet-faced boy, middle-school age, waiting backstage before his acting debut in the smallish city (population 20,000) of Lexington, S.C.. He auditioned only because he had a crush

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Come For The Cocktails: Stay to help keep arts venues alive and well

Editor’s Note: This time every year, we look back at some of the noteworthy stories of the past 365 days. This story originally appeared Feb. 21, 2021, in What’s Up!