Theater For Thought

Arts Live presents ‘A Separate Peace’

Posted: February 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

A play focusing on two high school boys features a mix of comedic and dark moments.

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Colorful Characters

Mardi Gras, which translates to Fat Tuesday, traditionally commemorates the beginning of the Lenten season with a night of gluttony and costumes. Events such as last year’s Mardi Gras festivities in Fayetteville, pictured, will take place in the coming days.

Mardi Gras doesn’t take place until Tuesday — the phrase translates to “Fat Tuesday,” after all — but that won... Read »

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Words Of The Playwright

TheatreSquared’s “Sons of the Prophet” brings together actors from Northwest Arkansas, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Pictured are JP Green, from left, Kathleen Darcy, Matt Klingler, Michael Bradley Cohen, Mason Azbill, Lara Jo HIghtower, Bill Rogers and Shirley Hughes. The show opens Feb. 15.

Whether it’s William Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labours Lost” or Stephen Karam’s “Sons of the Prophet,” director Ta... Read »