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.

 

Pippin

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.

 

Hamlet

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.

 

Meet the cast & crew: Duncan R. Northern

Duncan

Born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Lives in New York City. B.F.A. – University of Northern Colorado. I have been lucky enough to travel the country and work in many great theatres and find that my luck has continued with AST.

Performances this week | June 10 – 16

Meet the cast & crew: Jordy Neill

Jordy Neill

Jordy Neill is a junior theatre major at UCA and is from Conway, Arkansas. Jordy had a brief stint as a member of the Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre company from 2010-2011.

Meet the cast & crew: Heather Dupree

Dupree-Web

Heather Dupree is a native Arkansan with over thirty years experience on the stage.

“What Country Friends is This?”

Twelfth-Night

Viola says at the beginning of Twelfth Night: “What country, friends, is this?” Last night, during our final dress rehearsal, I was thinking the same thing. With that cool breeze and absence of humidity, it was almost unsettling how perfect it was at The Village.

Meet the cast & crew: Robert Quinlan

Quinlan

Robert is based in Chicago. He recently returned from Singapore, where he was a Guest Artist at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, directing The Maids by Jean Genet.

The seed for the idea

Former producing artistic director Matt Chiorini speaks to the crowd at The Village at Hendrix.

A couple of years ago on a visit to Rosemary Beach, Florida, my family and I watched a production of The Tempest in the village square of the town, a setting very much like The Village at Hendrix.

WATCH: Rebekah Scallet and Nisi Sturgis on Good Morning Arkansas

KATV Interview

LISTEN: Rebekah’s interview on KUAR

KUAR

This program explores what’s happening in the arts in Arkansas. It airs Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The host of The Arts Scene is Ann Nicholson.

Meet the cast & crew: Alex Goley

Goley-Web

Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Alex attended NYU Tisch where he studied musical theatre and film.

Meet the cast & crew: Matthew Duncan

Matthew Duncan is a senior student at the University of Central Arkansas. He is extremely happy to return to AST for a second year after working in As You Like It and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the past season.

Meet the cast & crew: Rebecca Kuo

Rebecca Kuo is happy to be working with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre again! In 2010, she performed in Alice in Wonderland as the Dormouse and Baby Crab.

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