2014 Calendar

Thank you for a great season! See you next June!


The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Enjoy a romantic evening under the stars with Shakespeare’s tale of friends divided by love, featuring comical servants and a playful pup. Opens June 5th.



Join Pippin on a musical journey of self-discovery that celebrates the magic of theatre. Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Revival. Opens June 11th.



Perhaps Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, Prince Hamlet seeks to revenge his father’s death. Directed by Robert Quinlan (Richard III) and presented in an intimate on-stage setting. Opens June 20th.


The Comedy of Errors

A special adaptation of Shakespeare’s rip-roaring farce, perfect for kids of all ages. Opens June 24th.

Holly Ruth Gale

Holly Ruth Gale

Holly Ruth Gale (Mrs. Sowerberry/Mrs. Bedwin, Oliver!) is so happy to be back with Arkansas  Shakespeare Theatre! (more…)

Zabei Frank (Young Company, Oliver!) is a fourth grader at Julia Lee Moore Elementary. (more…)

Adam D. Frank

Adam D. Frank

Adam D. Frank (Antonio, Much Ado About Nothing; Oberon/Quince, Midsummer Night’s Dream) is in his third season with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. (more…)

Brennan Foster (Don John, Much Ado About Nothing; Mr. Sowerberry, Oliver!) hails from Albuquerque, NM, where he recently appeared in Venus in Fur at the Aux Dog Theater (directed by Kristine Holtvedt) and had a featured role in the final season of Breaking Bad. He also is a director and founder of the Dark Matters Film Festival.

Producing artistic director Rebekah Scallet and her son. COURTNEY SPRADLIN PHOTO

Producing artistic director Rebekah Scallet and her son. COURTNEY SPRADLIN PHOTO

Laura K. Dowling (Lighting Design, Much Ado About Nothing) holds a BA in Drama from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and an MFA in Lighting Design from Indiana University.

Rachel K. Dooley (Stage Manager, Much Ado About Nothing) is a graduate of the University of Houston, School of Theatre & Dance. (more…)

Hart Denton

Hart Denton

Hart Denton (Ensemble, Oliver! and King Lear) is singer/songwriter/actor from Nashville, Tennessee, where he has just completed his first year at Belmont University studying music, acting, and entrepreneurship. While in Nashville, he starred in a one act play, The Break, and appeared in several music videos, national television shows, and national commercials. He is an accomplished musician currently working on the release of his first full album. Originally from Conway, Hart has played the role of Link Larkin in Hairspray and is thrilled to be back for his third season with AST where his previous appearances were as Benjamin in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and a member of Huck’s gang in Big River.

Tiffany Delligatti (Costume Shop Manager) was born and raised in Fairmont, W.V.. (more…)

Shannah Rae Cummings (Widow Corney/Ensemble, Oliver!) is excited to be appearing for the first time with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre! (more…)

Nicole M. Carroll (Paint Charge) works in New York, N.Y. and the surrounding areas as a freelance scenic artist. (more…)

Bryton Butler (Young Company, Oliver!) Nine-year-old Bryton Butler is a life-long fan of both live theatre and music, so he is thrilled to make his musical theatre debut!

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