The Arkansas theatre has announced the inaugural slate of shows in its new 50,000-square-foot complex.
National Stages creates a cross-subscription program for audiences on the move.
A national survey of new, old, and new/old projects, ranging widely in size, shape, and intention.
New plays by Lisa D’Amour, Rick Ehrstin, Barbara Hammond, Mona Mansour, John Walch, and Austin Ashford will be developed over two weeks.
The programming will include a world premiere play, a holiday show, and a new works festival.
The new 50,000-square-foot building will be an expansion of the company’s current home in Fayetteville.
Cult-favorite musicals, murder mysteries, film adaptations, and more take the stage this month.
Martin Miller and Robert Ford have made their small company a theatrical force in Northwest Arkansas, but it hasn’t happened in a vacuum.
Nearing its 40th year, the $4 million LORT theatre programs big shows for audiences as varied as the state, and it’s set to expand this spring.
You’ve raised money to build and staff your theatre—but without cash reserves, you’re just one disaster away from, well, disaster.