The first Rent show at Argenta Community Theater will start July 26 and the run will come to an end on Aug. 5.
There’s a total of 10 shows scheduled so far, with evening performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinee will be at 2 p.m.
Tickets start at $28 and can be purchased online at www.ArgentaCommunityTheater.org.
Brandon Box-Higdem will serve as director.
Starring in the show are Lucas Bachus, Annslee Clay, Caelon Colbert, Amaya Hardin, Jeremiah Herman, Ladarius Jamerson, Skyler Matthias and Kristen Phantazia Smith. Music direction is by Christian Waldron, technical direction by Sara Cooke, costumes by Stacey Herrison, choreography by Brian Earles and Allison Stodola Wilson, assistant direction by Kenneth Gaddie, stage management by Kristen Knight, set design by Michael Klucher, lighting design by Dena Kimberling, sound by Nathan Abshire and props design by Lauren Nicholas.
The production contains adult themes and references and is not recommended for younger audiences.
Rebekah Bruce will be teaching a workshop on how to audition on Tuesday, July 11.
The workshop will be held at the Argenta Community Theater and will begin at 5 p.m. Cost is $35 and for those 13 and over.
To register, email: email@example.com.
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts recently announced that it had added Amy O’Connor, Elizabeth (Betsy) Rhodes, and Mary Ritchey to its board of trustees.
Departing the board are Kaki Hockersmith and Terri Snowden who combined for a total of 26 years as trustees.
O’Connor, above, grew up in Arkansas and is the Business Development Director for McFarland Eye Care She is an active volunteer with Access Schools, National Charity League, and Episcopal Collegiate School.
Rhodes, above, is from Memphis and has worked as a publicist for Yves Saint Laurent and L’Oreal among others. She is a member of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral..
Ritchey, above, grew up in Little Rock and has worked as an art consultant for Kay-Hannah Associates in San Francisco and was previously on the board for the Washington Project for the Arts.
Stan Hastings, President
Le’Kita Brown, Vice President
Gary Cooper, Treasurer
Paul Parnell, Secretary
Van Tilbury, Chairman
Dr. Laurence Alexander
Dr. Loren Bartole
Khayyam M. Eddings
Mary Olive Stephens
Frank Scott, Jr., Mayor of City of Little Rock
Terry Hartwick, Mayor of City of North Little Rock
Kenya Eddings, Junior League of Little Rock
Ericka Mays, Junior League of North Little Rock
Susan Day, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Docents
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