Walton Arts Center
Friday, January 10: Sing-a-long Sound of Music at 7pm
This production, (originally scheduled on December 6) started in the UK in 1999, has become a worldwide phenomenon, playing to packed houses across the globe! View a screening of the classic Julie Andrews musical film in large-screen Technicolor, complete with subtitles so you can sing along! Get those vocal chords warmed up, cut up those chintz curtains and hurry down for a night of irresistible charm, fun and nostalgia. Costumes are encouraged!
Saturday, January 11: Shatner’s World at 8pm
Known as much for his unique persona as for his expansive body of work on television and film, William Shatner is set to take you on a 90-minute voyage through his noteworthy life and career. Don’t miss a rare chance to witness this one-man force of nature as he showcases his laugh-out-loud humor, signature storytelling, and inimitable style. Through anecdotes, songs, jokes and even some poignant moments, you will experience this legend’s phenomenal path from classically trained Shakespearean actor to cultural icon, brilliantly creating the larger-than-life and most important character he has ever played, William Shatner.
Sunday, January 12: “Sneak Peek” Exhibition of Broadway on Ice at the Jones Center from 2-3pm
FREE skating event at the Jones Center for all ages! Professional skaters from the cast of Broadway on Ice will perform a piece from the upcoming show at Walton Arts Center, Jan. 17-19. Join the Ozark Figure Skating Club and the cast of Broadway on Ice for an afternoon of FREE family fun at the Jones Center!
Sunday, January 12: Ronnie Milsap at 4pm
This performance (originally scheduled for Sunday, December 8) brings Ronnie Milsap to NWA. Milsap ranks as the pre-eminent country soul singer of his generation, and also represents much more than any simple definition can convey: a humble, overtly friendly fellow with a talent as vast and multi-dimensional as the American South. Milsap provided country music with one of its most important voices as the genre was moving beyond its rural roots into the mainstream of modern entertainment. Country music couldn’t have found a man more suited to lead the charge.
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