Walton Arts Center

courtesy photo / Evalyn Parry

"Spin" tells the story of Annie Londonderry, the first woman to bicycle around the world. "Spin" features a vintage bike hooked up to simple electronics and played as accompaniment to songs and monologues that connect the bicycle and  feminism.

Audience as Actors

May 4, 2016

The interactive play The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart relies on the audience to help move the story along. The National Theater of Scotland brings the production to the Walton Arts Center this week.

The Bridges of Madison County is a Tony-winning musical set in Iowa.  The production opened a run at Walton Arts Center last night. Elizabeth Stanley and Andrew Samonsky, the leads, talked to us about the tour.

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The touring production of Mamma Mia opened last night in Fayetteville, and we talked to the two leads about the production.

The touring production of Kinky Boots is on stage at the Walton Arts Center through Sunday. Two cast members share why they had to be part of this production as well as some of the wardrobe and dancing challenges they've faced preparing for this show.

The man who is Daddy Warbucks during this week's run of Annie at Walton Arts Center knows a thing or two about optimism and thinking about tomorrow.

Pippin opens tonight at Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville and it isn't just cast and crew making the trip into town...the stage also comes with the show.

Antoinette Grajeda

  

The Walton Arts Center is launching its "hard hat season" this week. Though construction on the building will continue for about a year, the center will be open to the public. The 2015-16 season begins Friday with a performance for children called "Me and My Shadow."

Arts in Education Week

Sep 17, 2015

Since 2010, the second week of September has been recognized as Arts in Education Week. Laura Goodwin with Walton Arts Center explains why that's an important observation.

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