A day-by-day summary of what’s still available, with an emphasis on ways nonticket holders can get in on the action.
Author: By Kevin Kinder
REVIEW: ‘Shakespeare in Love’ provides a loving introduction to new T2 space
The new TheatreSquared looks brilliant, and we’ll talk about it for some time to come.
REVIEW WITH PHOTOS: The ‘ALTimate’ tour with Live and Bush brings ultimate reminder of the past and present to Walmart AMP
Always go see your favorite music from your first musical days when you have a chance.
First look: TheatreSquared makes final preparations inside new downtown theater complex
The finishing touches are currently being applied to the brand-new, purpose-built theater complex on the southeast corner of Spring Street and West Avenue in Fayetteville.
REVIEW: Hootie & the Blowfish take themselves, and a massive AMP crowd, down memory lane
Nostalgia sells. And Hootie & the Blowfish continue to be very good salesmen.
ACO to open interactive exhibit ‘The King’s Mouth’ by art-focused musician Wayne Coyne
A fully immersive listening experience created by Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne allows people to experience music from the band that can be heard nowhere else.
REVIEW: Three-band rock tour brings some goodness to the AMP in Rogers
Young the Giant, Fitz and the Tantruns, and Coin played a ‘good’ show at the Walmart AMP on Wednesday.
REVIEW: Musical theater classic ‘Les Miserables’ closes out WAC season by going big (and going dark)
It’s a big production, with big ideas and big topics. And that’s a reason it remains one of the biggest draws in musical theater.
REVIEW: ‘Cats’ deftly prowls the WAC again after more than two decades away
The show is imaginative, bold and transporting, all of which are things we ask musical theater to be.
REVIEW: Avett Brothers offer a good show at the AMP, but one not quite up to their lofty standards
When the namesake brothers sing harmony vocals, they make one of the most melodious sounds you might see in any concert environment.
REVIEW: The Killers bring a nearly lethal dose of glam rock to Walmart AMP
In a 20-song, pyrotechnic-popping, nonstop dance party, the Las Vegas band also lived up to the showmanship and swagger of their hometown.
REVIEW: TheatreSquared says ‘Yaasss’ to comedy and queens in new show that closes its old space
It’s an outrageous tale, one that stretches believability.
REVIEW: Leon Bridges and Northwest Arkansas crowd can’t match energy levels at AMP show
Bridges and his band either lacked the musical muscle to overcome the crowd around me or perhaps the crowd lacked the attention span to recognize a good thing when they saw one.
As the first “State of the Art” exhibit at Crystal Bridges is celebrated, plans for a second exhibit are slowly unveiled
Like its predecessor, ‘State of the Art II’ will showcase a nationwide selection of contemporary art from artists not yet recognized at the national level.
REVIEW: ‘Waitress,’ at WAC through April 14, serves up slice of surprisingly complex lives
Life can be depressing and funny at all once, and that duality is the central idea of the show’s best number.