TheatreSquared has come up with its own adaptation, one that the artistic directors believe is true to the Dickens story, but offers a fresh look at the beloved holiday classic.
Author: By David Conrads
‘10,000 Balconies,’ director Kholoud Sawaf’s ‘love letter to Damascus,’ comes to TheatreSquared
Eight actors and two musicians, all of middle eastern descent, portray numerous characters. It will be the largest cast of people of color to appear in a TheaterSquared production.
‘You don’t need to go to Hollywood to make movies anymore:’ SkipStone Pictures premiers ‘Max Winslow,’ its latest film shot in Northwest Arkansas
Producer Johnny Remo plans to make three movies a year here over the next 10 years.
‘I believe my plays can help impact social change:’ Rachel Lynett’s ‘He Did It’ to be performed at the Arkansas New Play Festival
Racism, domestic abuse, police brutality, and abortion are some of the hot-button issues that crop up in the plays of Rachel Lynett.
‘But You Don’t Look Indian…’: New work by Bobby C. Martin on view at Art Ventures
The exhibition opens at Art Ventures on the Fayetteville square on Thursday, Oct. 4 and will be on view until Sunday, Oct. 28.
‘I’m passionate about this state:’ Daniel Campbell on making movies in Arkansas
For his first feature film, Campbell got to work with a much bigger budget than usual and a cast of seasoned professionals, including Academy Award winner and Arkansas native Mary Steenburgen.
‘The Music does the Heavy Lifting’: Mary Gauthier brings soldiers’ songs to the Fayetteville Roots Festival
Her catalogue contains some of the most searingly honest and deeply confessional songs written in the last 20 years, but when she takes the stage this week, her songs will mostly tell other people’s stories.
Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle brings the past into the present
Nagle was inspired to write Crossing Mnisose after hearing a lecture on Sacajawea, the Shoshone woman who provided indispensable help to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Arkansas native Qui Nguyen tells refugee parents’ story with ‘Vietgone,’ now playing at TheatreSquared
El Dorado native Qui Nguyen’s hit play tells the story of Tong and Quang, two Vietnamese refugees who meet up in Arkansas.