PRESS RELEASE CONWAY — Rebekah Scallet, producing artistic director of Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, has been awarded an individual artist fellowship from the Arkansas Arts Council. Scallet, in her fourth year as producing artistic director for AST and lecturer in the University of Central Arkansas theatre program, is one of nine honorees this year.
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre is excited to invite youth of all ages to participate in auditions for the 2014 summer season. Auditions will be held from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, March 9, in UCA’s Reynolds Performance Hall. No preparation is necessary, but participants should be ready to sing, move and read from a script. To secure an
Dear Friend, Happy Holidays from Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre! Your support, kind words, and involvement made 2013 a season we will never forget. We are poised to return the favor by dazzling you in 2014 with our first-ever production of Hamlet, produced with our unique intimate on-stage seating. The comedic gem Two Gentlemen of Verona will
On Friday October 4 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre will announce its 2014 season at Garland House, the hippest art scene in Little Rock, during Garland House’s fifth gallery show.
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s seventh season of entertaining and thought-provoking summer theatre in repertory will run June 6-30 at multiple venues: the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas campus and The Village at Hendrix, both in Conway, as well as outdoors in the Argenta Arts District in North Little Rock. The
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre will host lectures later this month by a noted Shakespeare scholar as well as an acclaimed director of the Bard’s plays. Both events are free and open to the public. On April 18, Dr. Paul Menzer, associate professor at Mary Baldwin College, where he is director of the MLitt/MFA Program in Shakespeare
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre will hold auditions for youth (ages 18 and under) on Friday, January 18th, from 4-8 pm.
AST announces dates and locations for general auditions for the 2013 season:
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s sixth season opens June 7 with William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” The professional theater company will offer more than 25 performances of the four productions throughout the month of June.
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre is looking for a few noble men and women to lend theirhands as volunteers for the 2012 summer festival. If you have brains or brawn(or both!) to offer up to the cause, please contact Rebekah Scallet.
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