Henderson State University Theatre will present four performances of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It in collaboration with The Actors Theatre of Little Rock.
Students are given the opportunity to submit a 10-minute play to be read and chosen for the festival by a panel of faculty and students. Each play is given a student director, cast and crew who have 24 hours to bring the written story to life.
Eighteen students and community theatre enthusiasts will bring to life Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, which playwright Edward Albee called “the greatest play ever written.”
Arkadelphia Little Theatre and Henderson State University will join forces in February to stage Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town, and auditions will be held Jan. 18-19.
Written by Carlo Goldoni in 1746 and adapted by David Turner and Paul Lapworth, “A Servant to Two Masters” is a comedy that tells the story of Truffaldino, a hungry servant who, upon realizing that working for two masters could ensure him a greater supply of food, tries to do the job of two men while working desperately to conceal that fact from both employers.
Earles will offer jazz and musical theatre classes Oct. 10-13 from 5-8 p.m. in the Arkansas Hall Dance Studio.
Audience members will travel through the space in groups, using their phones to view the augmented reality in spaces they go through.