Entertainment

From the atrium at the Walton Arts Center to downtown Springdale to the top of Mt. Sequoyah, live music is coming back. Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, gives us a few options for weekend entertainment.

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Ouizi, an artist from Detroit, is creating a two-story mural in downtown Bentonville. She explains her method of transferring work from a digital drawing to paint on a building facade.

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The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, or SoNA, is releasing a new multi-media performance including music from Northwest Arkansas and visual arts from Paris.

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TheatreSquared's latest production can only be viewed online, but a doubly-vaccinated, socially-distanced audience also watched the musical performances in person. We asked the director, Morgan Hicks, what it was like to have a live audience again during the production of Murder for Two.

Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, tells us about photographs on exhibit in Northwest Arkansas, a chance to talk to a stranger via The Momentary, and a production at TheatreSquared with a live, vaccinated audience.

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Like so many other arts organizations, TheatreSquared has had to adapt to operating during a pandemic. Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, tells us about how the new T2 season combines live and virtual theater.

Dixie's Happy Hour is the sequel to the 12-year tour of Dixie's Tupperware Party. The show will be streamed by the Walton Arts Center and includes recipes for in-show drinks.

Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, is back with a list of in-person and virutal events for the final weekend of summer. And it's the longest list we've seen in months.

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This weekend's entertainment options include a new food truck devoted to cereal and a virtual ice cream social at Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, also tells us about drag queens, artists and museums making sure the show goes on during the pandemic.

As the pandemic continues, artists and arts venues press on. Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, gives us the latest examples of socially-distanced arts and entertainment.

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