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Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre

Tickets On Sale Now For Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s 13th Season

Performances kick off June 7 with “The Comedy of Errors.” CONWAY — Tickets are on sale now for Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s 13th season, which will run June 7-July 7 at the University of Central Arkansas, with four shows playing in repertory, exploring themes of fate and chance. The season will open at 7:30 p.m. on …

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UCA News

UCA Theatre To Present ‘Medea By Euripides’

CONWAY— “Medea by Euripides,” a deconstructed modern retelling of a Greek classic, will be performed in the University of Central Arkansas Snow Fine Arts Center’s Black Box Theatre five times in February. The performances, presented by the UCA Theatre Program, will be directed by Brady Ness, an adjunct professor of theatre and a UCA graduate. …

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Events in January 2019

Ultimate Guide to Conway Events in January 2019

Every month we curate your Ultimate Guide to Events in Conway, a post filled with a handy schedule of (probably) everything going on in Conway that month. We scour dozens of sources, calendars and websites so you don’t have to. Know when each month’s event schedule is released PLUS get a weekend-only version sent straight to your email each …

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Ultimate Guide to Conway Events in October 2018

Every month we curate your Ultimate Guide to Events in Conway, a post filled with a handy schedule of (probably) everything going on in Conway that month. We scour dozens of sources, calendars and websites so you don’t have to. Know when each month’s event schedule is released PLUS get a weekend-only version sent straight to your email each …

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C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference Announces Inaugural Event At UCA

The C. D. Wright Women Writers Conference will host its inaugural event Nov. 3-4 at the University of Central Arkansas.

The conference is open to all, though it will cater to women and women-identifying writers from all genres and all experience levels, from journalism to mass-market books to literary endeavors and beyond. The conference’s goal is to provide a space for camaraderie, connection-making and inspiration.

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