Friends and patrons of Ouachita Little Theatre and Polk County residents are being treated to a free concert on Sunday, November 19 at 2:30 PM. This grant supported event through the Buffalo River National Park Service provides entertainment that also educates about our rural Arkansas cultural history.
If you love nature, music, storytelling, and learning about people and places of the Buffalo River, this is an event you won’t want to miss. The whole family will enjoy the performance by Still on the Hill. As an added bonus, the first 100 attendees (family units) will receive a free CD of the music you will hear performed. Kelly and Donna Mullhollan of Still on the Hill are the talented musicians who will play a plethora of unusual instruments and those familiar to folk music such as the banjo, fiddle, and dulcimer. Mark your calendar for this Sunday’s performance.
Congratulations to the “Elf Jr.” cast and crew of the Junior Ouachita Little Theatre for placing third in the Veteran’s Day Parade. These hard-working young people are well into rehearsals for their December 8-10 and 15-17 performances. Under the direction of Director Brad Storey and Musical Direction of Amanda Baker, the cast is learning the music, choreography, and blocking scenes from this delightful show. This is a slightly shorter version of the Broadway Musical “Elf” based on the popular Will Farrell movie. Make plans to attend this hilarious Christmas themed comedy that is festive and fun entertainment for the whole family.