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Ouachita Little Theatre Continues Improvements

Recently it was announced that Ouachita Little Theatre has obtained an on-line system for membership renewal as well as new memberships.  If you are interested in a new membership, go online to olt.wildapricot.org and join OLT to buy season tickets.  If you are already an OLT member, you will receive an email notice when your subscription has run out and ...

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“Still on the Hill” and “Elf” News

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 ...

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It’s Happening at the OLT!

Saturday, Sept. 30 at 7:30 is the Hope and Inspiration Concert to benefit Hurricane relief efforts.  This live performance is an OLT “Bonus Event” and will donate all proceeds to the charity chosen by the audience.  Join us, have fun, and be inspired while helping those in need! The next Junior Ouachita Little Theatre (JOLT) play will be the holiday ...

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Hamlet to be Performed by OLT

Rehearsals at Ouachita Little Theatre are well underway for one of the best-known Shakespearian tragedies of all time, “Hamlet”.  OLT often makes us laugh or sing familiar songs for many productions on its stage, but any credible theatre is obliged to offer the classics.  These productions, such as Hamlet, include those that inspire, instruct, and maybe even frighten.  Director Brad ...

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OLT Auditions Being Held for ELF

The next Junior Ouachita Little Theatre (JOLT) play will be the holiday musical “Elf.” Performances are December 8-10 and December 15-17.  Auditions will be held October 6 from 4-6 PM and October 7 from 9-11 AM at the OLT.  This cast requires 2nd and 3rd graders to play elves and teens to perform the majority of the parts.  There are ...

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First OLT Movie Night a Big Success

Ouachita Little Theatre recently revived the Free Movie Night at the Lyric series on August 9th.  The feature was the popular musical, “Singin’ in the Rain” starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O’Connor.  The theatre was comfortably full and the crowd reacted to the show with appropriate laughter, applause, and appreciation for the musical dance numbers.  The concession stand ...

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Hamlet’s Cast and Crew Announced

BY LEANN DILBECK – The cast and crew of OLT’s upcoming fall production of Hamlet have been announced.  Playing the lead as Hamlet will be Alex Atchley with Logan Sweeten as the understudy. Ophelia- Alexa Night, Tara Cornelius (understudy); Queen Gertrude- Kaitlyn Haines, Jane Buttermilk (understudy); King Claudius- Justin Fenwick, Kevin Loyd (understudy); Polonius- Bruce Bills; Laertes- Cody Gee, Elijah ...

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OLT Gives Back; Prepares for Final Showing of Southern Hospitality

BY MELANIE BUCK – Ouachita Little Theatre’s latest show, Southern Hospitality, held their opening shows last week, including a special showing for some community members. The show’s director, Scotty Jenkins, has pieced together an exceptional cast that delivers a side-splitting, knee-slapping performance that is a must-see! The first performance was held on Thursday as an invite-only show. Jenkins explained the ...

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Southern Hospitality Opening Soon at OLT

SUBMITTED – Scotty Jenkins, the director of the most recent Ouachita Little Theatre production of Southern Hospitality, has announced the cast.  They are:  Miss Geneva Musgrave: Ann Glenn; Honey Raye Futrelle: Linor Thomas; Gina Jo (G.J.) Waverly: Alexa Night; Rhonda Lynn Lampley: Donna Sloan; Twink Futrelle: Jackie Baird; Justin Waverly: Chris Swanberg; John Curtis Bunter: Will Hose; Dub Dubberly: Lamar Austin; Frankie ...

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OLT to Host Thursday Night Movie

The Ouachita Little Theatre will be showing The Jimmy Stewart, Jean Arthur movie, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, this month.  Admission is free, however, donations will be accepted and the concession stand will be open. “This is a great opportunity to take your family out to see a movie that you can all enjoy without breaking the bank,” said Rudi ...

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