The idea is to stretch the Halloween experience out over a month but still go all out for the holiday.
Now, more than six months after last hosting live theatrical productions, TheatreSquared has announced its plans for a return.
The exhibit challenges viewers to contemplate their interactions with nature – but also to make them.
Despite the cancelation of the official Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally, additional motorcycles will be in the Northwest Arkansas area later this week.
When large-scale concerts are safe again, marquee touring acts will have a new and improved place to play in Northwest Arkansas.
The music of Water Liars will ‘Roll On’ despite its unceremonious arrival. There are songs on the record that may connect with people, and that’s the ultimate miracle of music.
The museum in Bentonville has announced a series of new temporary exhibits that begin later this year and an amended schedule for many of the temporary exhibits announced this time last year.
Here’s a bit of good news, and some much needed good news at that.
It’s quite the onstage wonder. The costuming is nothing short of amazing, and the adaptability of the set pieces, along with a seamless directorial style, make it all the more like an animated dream.
TheatreSquared has announced a new slate of shows that includes the world premiere of a theatrical version of Designing Women, written by the original series’ writer.
The sequel exhibition features the works of 61 artists from around the country, working across all media and styles.
It’s frantic, and it’s thrilling theater. It’s also quite funny, and sometimes shockingly off-kilter.
A pair of musical events in the coming weeks will celebrate the twins’ long musical careers.
Once on This Island is onstage at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville through Feb. 16.
It is staged on a beautiful and smartly designed boxing ring, and there’s a surprising set reveal for the sixth round that’s worth letting you discover for yourself.