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Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre

Description

Each year it produces a selection of the Bard’s plays, along with other productions, in its summer festival in Conway. Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, which has been featured in the New York Times, is also a major educational force in Arkansas.

This professional company brings respected and experienced Shakespearean actors to Arkansas for each season, producing vibrant, engaging, lively and provocative performances for all Arkansans.

 

 

Business Info

223 Beatrice Powell Street, Conway 72035, Arkansas, United States

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