Walton Arts Center

Escape to Margaritaville, a musical inspired by songs of Jimmy Buffett, is on stage at Walton Arts Center through Sunday. We speak with two of the cast members about the show.

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The five women of Nobuntu, an a capella ensemble from Zimbabwe, perform Friday at 8 p.m. at the Walton Arts Center, but first they stopped by the KUAF studios to give us a preview.

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The Blue Man Group is getting the company's next national show ready at Walton Arts Center.

Laboring for Free

Sep 2, 2019

Every year, hundreds of volunteers help the Walton Arts Center function. We learn more about ticket-taking, school-bus guiding and something called box-office stuffing.

On this episode we are joined by Nathan Bell and Cathy Knight, who have come to talk about how volunteering is an integral part of the WAC, and about their upcoming orientations.

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The epic musical Les Misérables returns to the Walton Arts Center this week. Mary Kate Moore, who plays Fantine in this tour, tells us what it means to be part of the production. Performances continue through Sunday afternoon.

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Bella Gaia is a performance that mixes images, dance, music and imagination. The show was inspired by an astronaut's description of the planet from up above. You can see it at the Walton Arts Center Thursday at 7 p.m.

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Artosphere 2019, produced by Walton Arts Center, brings music, film, poetry, hikes and more to Northwest Arkansas beginning today.  

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The Tony Awards are Sunday and there are a few Tony voters in Arkansas. Two of them, Jennifer Ross and Scott Galbraith, work at the Walton Arts Center and gave us a peek into how the voting works.

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Becca Martin-Brown, with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, tells us what she knows about the 2019-20 University of Arkansas Theater schedule.

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