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Audio And so forth.: CHARTS year
Folk-rock singer Ani DiFranco returns to the College of Arkansas-Pulaski Technological University, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 in the Center for Humanities and Arts Theater, on Pulaski Tech’s major campus, 3000 W. Scenic Push, North Minor Rock, to kick off the college’s 2022-23 CHARTS Dwell accomplishing arts collection. Tickets will be $45-$65.
The relaxation of the lineup (besides as mentioned, all displays at 7:30 p.m. in the CHARTS Theater):
◼️ Nov. 29: “Potted Potter,” all 7 “Harry Potter” guides executed stay on stage in 70 minutes. $45-$55.
◼️ March 1: “A Bronx Tale with Chazz Palminteri,” an autobiographical a single-male display about a younger New Yorker torn concerning the temptations of structured crime and the values of his hardworking father. $55-$65.
◼️ April 13: Obviously7, a cappella group. $45-$55.
◼️ April 27: Patti LuPone, actress-singer, winner of Tony, Olivier, Grammy, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League awards. $75-$110.
Year ticket packages can preserve patrons 10%-20% off individual ticket prices. Get in touch with (501) 812-2831 or go to uaptc.edu/charts. Solitary tickets go on sale Aug. 15.
THEATER: ‘Memphis The Musical’
A white radio DJ (Craig Wilson as Huey Calhoun) who would like to alter the planet and a Black club singer (Satia Spencer as Felicia Farrell) who is all set for her massive split are at the heart of a exhibit set in the underground dance golf equipment of Memphis in the 1950s in “Memphis the Musical” (new music and lyrics by David Bryan, guide by Joe DiPietro, dependent on a strategy by George W. George). The Judy Kohn Tenenbaum Argenta Group Theater, 405 Primary St., North Tiny Rock, phases it, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday and 26-30 and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for this Wednesday-Thursday preview performances are $25 for all other demonstrates, $35. Go to argentacommunitytheater.org.
Season tickets — $168-$482 — are now on sale for Celebrity Attractions’ 2022-2023 Broadway Period:
◼️ Sept. 9-11: Blue Guy Team.
◼️ Jan. 13-15: “Tootsie,” tunes and lyrics by David Yazbek, reserve by Robert Horn, centered on the 1982 movie.
◼️ Feb. 1-5: “Disney’s Aladdin,” with tunes, some of it new for Broadway, by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice and a e-book by Chad Beguelin, based mostly on the Disney animated film.
◼️ April 21-23: “Lawfully Blonde — The Musical,” music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin, reserve by Heather Hach, based mostly on the 2001 movie.
◼️ May 19-21: The Lincoln Center Theater output of Lerner & Loewe’s “My Good Woman.”
Phone (501) 244-8800, go to CelebrityAttractions.com or decide up tickets in individual at the Robinson Centre Box Business office, 426 W. Markham St. at Broadway, Very little Rock.
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre is giving 3 tumble-semester nine-week lessons for center- and significant faculty college students, Mondays, Sept. 12-Nov. 14, at the theater 601 Major St., Tiny Rock:
◼️ “Teen Ensemble,” grades 9-12, 7:30-9 p.m., culminating in a showcase, 8 p.m. Nov. 14. The little business of pre-expert actors meets weekly for superior coaching and rehearsals. Tuition: $285.
◼️ “Higher College Acting: The Actor’s Toolbox,” grades 9-12, 6-7:15 p.m. Tuition: $225.
◼️ “Musical Theatre,” grades 6-8, 4:30-5:45 p.m. Mondays, culminating in a showcase overall performance, 5:30 p.m. Nov. 14. Tuition: $250.
Full and partial require-based scholarships and payment plans are readily available.
All lessons will require an audition, by appointment only, Aug. 6. Email [email protected] for a time slot. Pupils will have to have to prepare 32 bars of a tune (musical theater repertoire, give sheet music for the accompanist) and a a person-moment monologue and present a head shot and resume. Area is constrained. Info, including course descriptions, dates and periods, how to sign-up, audition info and how to implement for scholarships, is offered at TheRep.org/classes-and-camps.