Join Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre at this year’s Bard Ball and travel back to the Big Band era for an evening of swing music, savory appetizers and a sneak peek at the upcoming theatrical season. March 7th, 6:30 p.m. Junior League Building 401 Scott Street Little Rock, AR Cocktail Attire Dance the night away in the
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
A tribute to Shakespeare’s dagger-like wit, featuring 100 of his greatest zingers. This odyssey of verbal swordplay includes classics like, “I was seeking for a fool when I found you”, and “Thou hast no more brain than I have in mine elbows”.
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.
Paige Martin Reynolds (Regan, King Lear; Ursula, Much Ado About Nothing) is delighted to return to Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, having appeared previously as Olivia in Twelfth Night, Prospera in The Tempest, Desdemona in Othello, Luciana in The Comedy of Errors, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, and Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet.
Garrett L. Whitehead (Ensemble, King Lear and Oliver!) is a resident of Cleburne, Texas. He is honored to be making his debut at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre!
Kelly Nicole Wyckoff (Stage Manager, Midsummer) is thrilled to be working at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre!
Bill Jones (Mr. Brownlow, Oliver!) has appeared at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Henry V (2012), Othello (2001), Amadeus (1995), and The Importance of Being Earnest (1990).
Greg Freeman (Master Electrician) is currently a second-year MFA student at Purdue University with a concentration in lighting design.
Only five more days with the family! It seems like only yesterday the cast arrived for their first rehearsals, but now here we are reaching the end of our 2013 season. Much Ado About Nothing has finished its successful outdoor run, but it’s not too late to catch these great shows! Tuesday, June 25
Heather Roberson (Set Designer, Much Ado About Nothing) is a former Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre properties master from the 2011 season and is excited to return as a designer. She would like to thank the production crew, company, and patrons for making summers at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre memorable, amazing experiences.