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  • Masks are required to be worn properly by all patrons over the age of 2 years while anywhere inside the performance venue, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Temperature checks will be administered via touchless forehead thermometer upon entry.
  • Limited capacity: Our venues will remain at limited capacity to allow for socially-distanced seating.


October 22, 29, 2021 | 7:00pm

October 23, 30, 2021 | 3:00pm & 7:00pm 


Ages 2 years and under: Free

In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter pulls Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie’s original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages.


December 17th and 18th performances of The Best Christmas Pageant ever have been cancelled. Email for more info.


In this hilarious Christmas classic, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids–probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won’t believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on!

This delightful comedy is adapted from the best-selling Young Adult book, and has become a holiday staple for groups across the United States! Features a few favorite Christmas Carols, and a lot of laughs!

This Show is Sponsored By: Beth Day, Executive Broker, The Brandon Group


Alexander has just received some really bad news from his parents. His dad has taken a job in a city a thousand miles away, which means that he and his mom and his dad and his bossy older brothers, Nick and Anthony, are going to have to move to a whole new city. And even though his mom says, “Wait, you’ll like it,” Alexander already knows that he’ll hate it. He’ll hate it because he’ll never have a best friend like Paul again. And he’ll never have a great sitter like Rachel again. And he’ll never again have his soccer team or his car pool or kids who know him or…Anyway, he can’t bear to leave the people and places he loves, so he decides that he won’t move. First he tries to live with three different neighbors. Then he tries to build a tent so he can live by himself. Then he decides he’ll hide so that his parents will never find him, but that doesn’t work out either. While Alexander barricades his bedroom door, his mom and dad and even his brothers find some special ways to make it easier for Alexander to leave. They also help him to understand that home is “where your family is, where you’re with the people who love you best of all.” Finally Alexander agrees to leave, but warns that—Do you hear him? He means it!—he’s not not not not not not going to move again! Commissioned and premiered by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.


Two neighbors live side-by-side in Texas. A low fence separates their gardens, but much more divides them from one another. One neighbor grows flowers; the other raises vegetables. One was born in the United States; the other, in Mexico. One speaks English; the other; Spanish. Their differences have kept them so far apart that if one predicts a sunny day, the other is certain of rain. Even the arrival of a caterpillar causes disagreement — until the resulting mariposa/butterfly and its eventual departure unites them in wonder, in sadness, and in a new understanding of the beautiful world they share.

DIGGING UP ARKANSAS Walton Arts Center (January 2022)

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