Tedeschi Trucks Band joins brew­ers at Craft for Causes

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - STYLE - ERIC E. HAR­RI­SON

The Tedeschi Trucks Band, on its Wheels of Soul tour, per­forms at 7 p.m. Tues­day at the Wal­mart AMP, 5079 W. North­gate Road, Rogers. The Wood Broth­ers and Hot Tuna will be the open­ing acts. The Tedeschi Trucks Band has part­nered with Craft For Causes, a non­profit that pairs the craft brew in­dus­try with mu­sic groups to sup­port char­i­ta­ble causes. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tick­ets are $31-$75.50 plus fees. Call (479) 443-5600 or visit amptick­ets.com.

An­te­bel­lum film

Coun­try trio Lady An­te­bel­lum (Dave Hay­wood, Charles Kelley and Hil­lary Scott) brings its re­cently re­leased sixth stu­dio al­bum,

Heart Break, plus ex­clu­sive in­ter­view footage, to the big screen in Artists Den Presents Lady An­te­bel­lum, 7:30 p.m. Tues­day at the Breck­en­ridge 12 and the Colonel Glenn 18 in Lit­tle Rock and the Ra­zor­back Cinema in Fayet­teville. Ticket in­for­ma­tion is avail­able at Fath­omEvents.com.

Blue­grass duo

Hus­band-and-wife blue­grass duo Kenny and Amanda Smith will per­form at 7 p.m. Mon­day at Collins Theatre, 120 W. Emer­son St., Paragould, for Jones­boro pub­lic ra­dio sta­tion KASU-FM, 91.9’s Blue­grass Mon­day se­ries. Doors open at 6. The sta­tion will lit­er­ally pass the hat to pay the mu­si­cians. Sug­gested do­na­tion is $5. Call (870) 972-2367, email mscar­bro@ as­tate.edu or visit the Blue­grass Mon­day Face­book page.

Mu­si­cal Gar­den

Fort Smith Lit­tle Theatre, 401 N. Sixth St., Fort Smith, stages The Se­cret Gar­den

(mu­sic by Lucy Si­mon, book and lyrics by Mar­sha Nor­man, based on the clas­sic chil­dren’s story by Frances Hodg­son Bur­nett), with an open­ing-night gala per­for­mance at 7:30 p.m. Thurs­day and sub­se­quent shows at 7:30 p.m. Fri­day-Satur­day, Aug. 2-5 and 10-12 and 2 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 6. Tick­ets for the gala are $30; for all other shows, $15. Call (479) 7832966 or visit fslt.org.

Rogers show, au­di­tions

Arkansas Pub­lic Theatre will stage The Wed­ding Singer

(mu­sic by Matthew Sk­lar, lyrics by Chad Beguelin, book by Beguelin and Tim Her­lihy), 8 p.m. Fri­day-Satur­day and Aug. 3-5 and 10-12 and 2 p.m. July 30 and Aug. 6 and 13 at Vic­tory The­ater, 116 S. Sec­ond St., Rogers. Doors and con­ces­sions open an hour be­fore cur­tain. Cabaret seats are $35, $60 per two-per­son ta­ble; bal­cony seats are $23. Call (479) 631-8988 or visit arkansaspub­licthe­atre.org.

The the­ater will also hold au­di­tions for The Rocky Hor­ror

Show (book, mu­sic and lyrics by Richard O’Brien), 7 p.m. July 31 at Vic­tory The­ater. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Au­di­tions will be based upon read­ings from the script, mu­sic from the show and a dance com­bi­na­tion. An au­di­tion packet, in­clud­ing au­di­tion times, scenes, char­ac­ter de­scrip­tions, mu­sic and re­hearsal sched­ule, is avail­able on­line at arkansaspub­licthe­atre.org. Call­backs, if nec­es­sary, will take place at 7 p.m. Aug. 1. Pro­duc­tion dates Sept. 15-17, 21-24 and 28-Oct. 1. Call (479) 631-8988.

Cliburn medal­ist

South Korean pian­ist Yek­won Sun­woo, gold medal­ist at the 15th Van Cliburn In­ter­na­tional Piano Com­pe­ti­tion, will give a recital at 4 p.m. Sept. 6 at Crystal Bridges Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art, 600 Mu­seum Way, Ben­tonville. The na­tion­wide tour is part of the prize pack­age that in­cludes a cash award, artist rep­re­sen­ta­tion and man­age­ment and a record­ing. The com­pe­ti­tion took place May 25-June 10 at Bass Per­for­mance Hall in Fort Worth. Sun­woo’s pro­gram: Piano

Sonata in c mi­nor, D.958, by Franz Schu­bert; Ram­ble on the Last Love-Duet From Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkava­lier by Percy Grainger;

Piano Sonata No. 2 in b-flat mi­nor, op.36, by Sergei Rach­mani­noff; and La Valse by Mau­rice Ravel. Tick­ets are $50 ($40 for mu­seum mem­bers). Call (479) 418-5700 or visit crys­tal­bridges.org.

Blytheville sea­son

The Over-the-Hill Gang, a seven-piece jazz band, kicks off the Arts Coun­cil of Mis­sis­sippi County’s 2017-2018 Se­ries, Sept. 23 at the Ritz Civic Cen­ter, 306 W. Main St., Blytheville.

The rest of the lineup (ex­cept as noted, all per­for­mances at 7 p.m. at the Ritz Civic Cen­ter):

Feb. 3: Reza: Il­lu­sion­ist March 10: The Kobayashi/ Gray Duo (piano and vi­o­lin)

April 20: The Giant Pup­pets — Ae­sop’s Fa­ble: The Di­nosaur and the Ant, 6:30 p.m. May 4: “The Piano Magic of Floyd Cramer,” pian­ist Jason Cole­man (Floyd Cramer’s grand­son)

Pa­tron sea­son sub­scrip­tions are $125. Call (870) 7621744 or visit artsmissco.org.

8-year-old film­maker

Eight-year-old Bob Sheen, writer and direc­tor of The Rake, and the film’s pro­ducer, Erik Flem­ing, will at­tend and take part in a ques­tion-and-an­swer ses­sion fol­low­ing the screen­ing of the short film, 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Cen­tral The­ater, 1008 Cen­tral Ave., Hot Springs. It’s part of the fifth an­nual Hot Springs In­ter­na­tional Hor­ror Film Fes­ti­val, Sept. 21-24. Bob, son of Char­lie Sheen, nephew of Emilio Estevez and grand­son of Martin Sheen, is a hor­ror-film afi­cionado who loves the zom­bie genre. Fes­ti­val sub­mis­sions close Aug. 31. Visit hot­spring­shorror­film­fes­ti­val. com, for in­for­ma­tion and up­dates on films, guests and tick­ets.

New arts sea­son

O Sole Trio — so­prano Erin Shields, bari­tone Giuseppe Spo­le­tini and vi­o­lin­ist-pian­ist David Shen­ton — opens Arkansas State University-Moun­tain Home’s sev­enth per­form­ing arts se­ries sea­son with its “Bravis­simo Broadway” pro­gram, 7 p.m. Sept. 14 on the Dyk­stra Stage, Vada Sheid Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment Cen­ter, Ed Coul­ter Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 1600 S. Col­lege St., Moun­tain Home. Tick­ets (plus fees) are $20, $10 for stu­dents.

The rest of the lineup (ex­cept as noted, all per­for­mances at the Sheid cen­ter; all ticket prices plus fees):

6 p.m. Sept. 25: Gas­ton Lec­ture Se­ries — Jen­nifer Wise­man, se­nior as­tro­physi­cist at NASA God­dard Space Flight Cen­ter, se­nior project sci­en­tist for the Hub­ble Space Te­le­scope and a 1983 grad­u­ate of Moun­tain Home High School. Free.

7 p.m. Oct. 19: Todd Mosby and the New Hori­zons En­sem­ble.

Free.

7 p.m. Oct. 26: The Won­der Bread Years, one-man show, for­mer Se­in­feld writer Pat Hazell. $20, $10 stu­dents. 7 p.m. Nov. 30: Arkansas Sym­phony Orches­tra: Home for the Hol­i­days. $30, $15 stu­dents.

7 p.m. Feb. 14: Na­tional Play­ers’ Alice in Wonderland.

$25, $12.50 stu­dents.

3 p.m. March 4: Rhythm of

the Dance. $30, $15 stu­dents. 6 p.m. March 13: Gas­ton Lec­ture Se­ries — John Maxwell, “Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?” (one-man show based on the life of Wil­liam Faulkner). Free.

2 p.m. April 8: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. $35, $17.50

stu­dents.

2 p.m. April 22: Singing Men of Arkansas. Free.

Sea­son tick­ets, $130, go on sale Aug. 17. In­di­vid­ual ticket sales start Aug. 31. Call (870) 508-6280 or (800) 965-9324 or visit thesheid.com.

The Wed­ding Singer opens Fri­day at the Arkansas Pub­lic Theatre in Rogers.

Heart Break

Lady An­te­bel­lum per­forms from its re­cent al­bum big screens Tues­day in Lit­tle Rock and Fayet­teville. on

Yek­won Sun­woo, gold medal­ist at the 15th Van Cliburn Com­pe­ti­tion in Fort Worth, will give a Sept. 6 recital at Crystal Bridges Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art in Be­tonville.

Bob Sheen

The Tedeschi Trucks Band per­forms Tues­day at the Wal­mart AMP in Rogers.

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