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The national touring production of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is at Walton Arts Center beginning Tuesday night. We get a preview from Steve McCoy, the actor who is Grandpa Joe in the spectacle.

Holidaze is Back

Nov 23, 2021
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The annual Christmas themed pop up bar(s) Holidaze opens again.

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The Glenn Miller Orchestra keeps the swing era alive and will be on stage at Walton Arts Center Thursday night.

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The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas kept moving and performing during the last 20 months. Friday, though, SONA is back home on the Walton Arts Center stage. We check in with music director Paul Hass for a preview.

We begin November with new legislative districts proposed for Arkansas, a SWEPCO grant of $100,000 for students in Rogers, and a timetable for sale of single Hamilton tickets at Walton Arts Center.

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The musical Come From Away, on stage at Walton Arts Center through the weekend, involves real events connected to the terrorist attacks of September 11th. But the themes of community in the production seem appropriate for 2021, too. We talk with Harter Clingman, a member of the cast, about the show.

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Tim Miller is a prolific performer, writer and activist. This week he is in residency at the University of Arkansas and will perform a one-person show at Nadine Baum Studios in downtown Fayetteville Thursday night at 8:00pm.

Walton Arts Center is featuring more than 60 artists in the venue's first-ever regional visual arts ashow. We took a quick tour.

At the top of our show today, the latest virus numbers in Arkansas, a proposal to spend millions upgrading head Start in the Cherokee Nation, and artists named for the Walton Arts Center's next visual arts exhibition.

A 10x10 Series Preview

Jul 29, 2021
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We conclude our preview of Walton Arts Center's 30th anniversary season with a child-friendly series and the 10X10 offferings...shows for ten dollars.