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.



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


The Comedy of Errors

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


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.

Rachael Fox as Cordelia

Rachael Fox as Cordelia in Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s production of King Lear.

Rachael Fox (Hero, Much Ado; Cordelia, Lear) Rachael’s New York Credits include The Forgotten,  and Montana. (more…)

Simon Marotte as Oliver in Oliver!

Simon Marotte as Oliver in Oliver!

Simon Marotte (Oliver, Oliver!) will be entering fourth grade at Marguerite Vann Elementary in the fall. He enjoys piano, voice, and violin lessons, and being a member of the Hendrix Aquakids Swim Team. (more…)

Chad Bradford

Chad Bradford

Chad Bradford (Bill Sykes, Oliver!; Edgar, Lear) couldn’t be more thrilled to return home to play with so many beautiful and talented friends and artists! (more…)




Matthew Peoples (Costume Designer, Much Ado) is in his third season at AST as a designer, having previously costumed Big River (2012) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2011). (more…)


Kristine Holtvedt - Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre

Kristine Holtvedt

Kristine Holtvedt (Director, Much Ado) has acted and directed at Circle Repertory Company’s LAB in New York, N.Y., Indiana Repertory Theatre, Princeton Rep, Atlantic Theatre Festival, Levin Theatre, George Street Playhouse, The Phoenix Theatre, The St. Nicholas Theatre and Actors Repertory Company. (more…)

Philip Orazio (Edmund, Lear; Claudio, Much Ado) is pleased to be joining Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre for the first time. Philip is a recent graduate of the University of Houston, receiving his MFA in Acting. Last summer, he worked at the TSF as part of the acting company. Prior to living in Texas, Philip lived in Portland, Oregon. There,he worked at Artists Repertory Theatre and The Nomadic Theatre Co. He also appeared in the television show Leverage. Philip is the two time Regional Acting Winner of KCACTF, and has had the honor of performing twice in the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C..


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