North Little Rock’s Vince Insalaco will receive the Charlotte Gadberry Award from ACANSA on March 8 at a ceremony at the Argenta Community Theater.
The sold-out event will start at 6 p.m. and donations are still being accepted here.
The Charlotte Gadberry Award honors an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to the artistic community in central Arkansas. Insalaco has been the Producing Artistic Director of the Argenta Community Theater since its start in 2010 when he co-founded the organization with Judy Kohn Tenenbaum
Insalaco, above, has been a producer, director or actor in productions for more than 40 years.
“Vince has been a partner with the ACANSA Festival since the very beginning,” said John Gaudin, President of ACANSA’s Board of Directors. “We want to celebrate his commitment to showcasing the talent pool we have in Central Arkansas and his determination to offer superb educational opportunities to local students. Vince’s dedication to the arts is beyond deserving of this recognition.”
Proceeds from the event support ACANSA’s Free Spring Break Art Camps, which offer arts education opportunities to local students across the spectrum of artistic disciplines.
For more information, call Gaudin at 501-225-5600 or email email@example.com.
Chicago makes a two-day, three-show stop at Robinson Center in Little Rock this month.
The shows are Friday, March 17 and Saturday, March 18.
The Friday show starts at 7:30 p.m. while the Saturday shows are a 2 p.m. matinee and then an evening show at 7:30 p.m.
To buy tickets online, click here.
They can also be purchased by calling 501-244-8800 or going to box office at 426 W. Markham.
The Producers closes this week at Argenta Community Theater in downtown North Little Rock. The play started Wednesday and tickets are limited as several performances are already sold out. The show’s run ends on Saturday, March 4.
Tickets range from $25 to $35 and can be purchased by clicking here.
Starring as Max Bialystock is Jay Clark, who is also the senior pastor at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church in Little Rock. Michael Klucher is Leo Bloom and Klucher is a teacher at North Little Rock High School and also serves as the scene designer for the school’s very good drama department. The pair are seen below.
It should be noted the show contains adult humor and references and is not recommended for younger audiences.
Spamalot starts this week at the Wildwood Center for the arts in rural west Little Rock
Opening night is this Friday, March 3 and will close on Sunday, March 12.
Evening shows start at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased by clicking here.
This month, North Little Rock High School is staging Clue: On Stage (High School Edition). First show is March 15 and it concludes on March 17.
Buy tickets in advance by clicking here.