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5 Things to Do In Little Rock This Weekend

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Thursday through Sunday The Studio Theatre presents Breakfast at Tiffany's starting Thursday, Feb. 8. Based on Truman Capote’s classic novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s tells the story of a young Southern-born writer, known to us only as Fred, who becomes infatuated with his Upper East Side neighbor: the beguiling, effervescent beauty Miss Holiday Golightly[...]

Roll Out the Red Carpet for Wolfe Street Foundation

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Wolfe Street Foundation will hold its annual Oscar watch party on March 4, 2018 at the Robinson Center Ballroom in Little Rock. The black tie affair will feature a live broadcast of the Academy Awards presentation in Los Angeles and will integrate Hollywood elements, red carpet arrivals and paparazzi. In its 19th year, this event is held annually by Wolfe[...]

Buy Your Tickets for 'The Lion King' Today

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Tickets for Disney's Tony Award-winning musical The Lion King at Robinson Performance Hall went on sale this week. The Lion King will take the stage in Little Rock from April 18, 2018 until May 6, 2018, for a total of 24 performances. This will be the first time the show has come to Arkansas. The show's run in Little Rock will include matinee and even[...]

'Les Misérables' Shakes Robinson Center

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The Celebrity Attractions touring production of Les Misérables brings passion, rage, excitement, love, tragedy, humor, action and more (all wrapped up in a bright red flag) to the Robinson Center in Little Rock. If you want to be shaken to your very core by emotion and stirred by beautiful melodies, all while witnessing a story of unrequited love, pain, sacr[...]

'Les Miserables' Tickets on Sale Now

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You can see the Tony Award-winning story of 19th-century France from your 21st century seat in the Robinson Performance Hall. A news release for the touring production of Les Miserables describes the musical as "an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human [...]

Robinson Center Announces 'Biggest Show of All Time'

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Built in 1939, Robinson Center suffered from old, inefficient mechanical systems, difficult loading and access and poor acoustics; but with the new renovations, Robinson is capable of "doing every possible show that tours," said Ed Payton, CEO of Celebrity Attractions. The center's additions include a performance hall with enhanced acoustics, technology a[...]