Some familiar faces and some familiar places will be on display this Friday when, “My Husband, The Narcissist” debuts on Lifetime at 7 p.m.
The film, filmed in and around central Arkansas this past summer stars Brianna Cohen and Alexander C. Trumble as a married couple who, after moving to a new town, begin to experience some problems.
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For those unfamiliar with the LIfetime template, “problems” understates it quite a bit as there’s a possible psychotic love interest, a detective and, eventually, a murder trial.
Just take a look at the trailer:
While you may not get those two minutes and 23 seconds back, you may have said things like, hey, isn’t that the state capitol and that house looks like one I go past regularly, which is sort of fun.
The film was produced by MarVista Entertainment and several local actors served as extras and had small speaking roles.
Among them was Grace Pitts, of North Little Rock, and currently a student at the University of Alabama.
“I enjoyed being a part of this,” Pitts wrote on social media. “This is the third Lifetime movie I’ve been a part of in the past two years and am grateful for the opportunities!”
The movie is 86 minutes long and will have multiple airings on Lifetime after its Friday night debut, so plenty of opportunities to watch.
The Judy Kohn Tenenbaum Argenta Community Theater recently announced its 2023-2024 season. The season will start in June and rung through May of next year.
Season passes are already on sale and can be purchased by clicking here. Individual tickets will go on sale on March 1.
The theater is located at 405 Main St., in downtown North Little Rock
The schedule will feature a mix of plays and musicals.
First up is, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2, JR. and will be from June 28 – 30
That will be followed by RENT from July 26 to Aug. 5
Starting Aug. 30 is BRING IT ON and its run will conclude Sept. 9
A local play, ONE NINTH, will start Oct. 18. One Ninth is written by Spirit Tawfiq, the daughter of Minnijean Brown, who was one of the Little Rock Nine. The play is described as “an exploration of human dignity and racial conflict as seen through the eyes of one of the Little Rock Nine” and “deals with universal themes of systematic racism, bullying, silent witnesses, non-violence, peer pressure, social responsibility, community, and family.”
Matinees will also be held for students for this production.
For the holidays, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET THE PLAY will start on Dec. 6 and conclude Dec. 16
In the new year, GODSPELL is first up and will run from Feb. 21 to March 2.
There will also be two productions at ACT II: The Sharon Heflin Performing Arts Educational Center at 315 Main St.
First is DOUBT on Sept. 13 and is in collaboration with ACANSA and part of their annual Arts Festival of the South. Doubt will conclude Sept. 23.
On May 8, THE LION IN THE WINTER will start and conclude on May 18.
Sponsors and patrons for the Argenta Community Theater include the city of North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Will Feland, The Tenenbaum Foundation, Legacy Foundation, Pulaski County, Arkansas Arts Council, North Little Rock CVB, Celebrity Attractions and ACANSA.
In other news: the cast of Cinderella has been announced and the play will open April 19. For more details, check the image below