Leisure choices in Arkansas this weekend:
FUN: ‘Value Is Proper Stay!’
“The Value Is Proper Stay” will likely be on stage 7 p.m. Sunday at Robinson Middle Efficiency Corridor, 426 W. Markham St. at Broadway, Little Rock. The stay model of the TV recreation present gives prizes starting from home equipment and holidays to a brand new automotive to contestants who reply the decision to “Come On Down” and play varied video games. Todd Newton as soon as once more would be the host. Tickets — $33-$53 — are on sale at Ticketmaster.com.
Guidelines and regs: A ticket is just not mandatory to enroll to be a contestant nor will being a ticket-holder improve your probabilities of being chosen; the registration space will likely be at or close to the field workplace three hours earlier than showtime. Name (501) 244-8800 for all the principles, rules, eligibility necessities and extra data on ticketing.
Theresa Caputo, from TLC’s present “Lengthy Island Medium,” will share private tales, clarify how her present works, ship therapeutic messages to viewers members and provides grieving individuals consolation in “Theresa Caputo Stay! The Expertise,” 7:30 p.m. immediately at Robinson Middle Efficiency Corridor, 426 W. Markham St., Little Rock. Tickets are $43.75-$103.75 by way of Ticketmaster.com. Shopping for a ticket doesn’t assure a studying.
The Little Rock Gaelic Athletic Membership, with assist from the Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas, hosts the Higgins Cup Invitational Hurling Match, Arkansas Central Soccer Affiliation Match and Irish Fest, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday on the Burns Park Soccer Complicated in North Little Rock’s Burns Park.
The competition, whereas specializing in the the traditional sport of hurling, additionally consists of performances from conventional Irish musicians and Irish dance from college students of the O’Donovan College of Irish Dance and the McCafferty Academy of Irish Dance. The Lifeless Celts Society Band will carry out for a 6 p.m. after-party. Hurling contestants from Tulsa, Memphis and Nashville, Tenn., battle for the Higgins Cup. Meals vehicles and Diamond Bear Brewing will provide foods and drinks. Go to the Fb occasions web page — fb.com/occasions/311270184091854 — or e-mail [email protected]
COMEDY: Maternal trio
Comedians, moms and on-line presences (from left) Meredith Masony, Tiffany Jenkins and Dena Blizzard carry their “My Title Is NOT Mother” comedy tour Saturday to the Scorching Springs Conference Middle. (Particular to the Democrat-Gazette)
Comedians, moms and on-line presences Tiffany Jenkins (“Juggling the Jenkins”), Meredith Masony (“That is Inappropriate”) and Dena Blizzard (“One Humorous Mom”), on their “My Title Is NOT Mother” nationwide comedy tour, carry out at 8 p.m. Saturday in Horner Corridor, Scorching Springs Conference Middle, 134 Conference Middle Blvd., Scorching Springs. Doorways open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $29-$64. Go to tinyurl.com/yjahambz.
THEATER: ‘Ragtime’ in live performance
The Delta Symphony Orchestra and the Hyperlink Theatre Firm are staging a live performance model of the musical “Ragtime” (music by Stephen Flaherty, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, guide by Terrence McNally, primarily based on the 1975 novel by E.L. Doctorow), 7:30 p.m. Saturday and a pair of p.m. Sunday at Arkansas State College’s Fowler Middle, 201 Olympic Drive, Jonesboro.
Robert Petkoff, who originated the position of Tateh within the 2009 Broadway revival, performs the position right here, with Jenny Powers, who performed Rizzo in “Grease” and Meg in “Little Ladies” on Broadway, as Mom and Ezekiel Andrew as Coalhouse Walker.
The solid additionally consists of Janette Robinson as Sarah, Perry Harper as Father, Josh Pryor as Youthful Brother, Maddie Bowden as Evelyn Nesbit, Jenni Parr as Sarah’s Pal, George Cavenaugh and James Gramling dividing the position of Little Boy, Abby Munoz and Emmy Claire Rogers splitting the position of Little Woman, Carson Horton as Houdini, Nancy Owens as Emma Goldman, Bob Bidewell as J.P. Morgan, Andy Shatley as Henry Ford and Frederick Webb as Booker T. Washington. Joneboro’s Matt Cavenaugh, with a number of Broadway credit, directs; Neale Bartee conducts the Delta Symphony.
Tickets are $35 normal admission, $45 reserved seating, $30 for senior residents, $25 for college kids and army, $150 for VIP (consists of precedence seating, a photograph alternative with the solid and a signed poster). All costs are plus charges.
The Studio Theatre, 320 W. Seventh St., Little Rock, phases “Clue” (tailored by Sandy Rustin from the screenplay for the 1985 Paramount movie by Jonathan Lynn and from the Hasbro Inc. board recreation, with further materials by Hunter Foster and Eric Value), 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and Oct. 21-23, 2:30 p.m. Sunday and Oct. 24.
Six mysterious visitors — Miss Scarlett (Maranda Barris), Prof. Plum (Britni Dumas), Mrs. White (Reilly Heffer), Mr. Inexperienced (Willie Johnson), Mrs. Peacock (Jamie Partain) and Colonel Mustard (Tyler Mann) — assemble at a distant mansion on a darkish and stormy night time for a cocktail party the place homicide and blackmail are on the menu. When their host, Mr. Boddy, turns up lifeless, all of them, in addition to Wadsworth, the butler (Tyler Berg), turn out to be suspects.
The Studio Theatre is at the moment working at a capability of 85 seats per efficiency. Viewers members should be masked when not actively consuming or ingesting. Social distancing is beneficial. Tickets are $25 prematurely (go to centralarkansastickets.com/organizations/the-studio-theatre), $30 on the door. For extra data, name (501) 374-2615 or go to studiotheatrelr.com.
The Royal Theatre hosts its second annual haunted home tour, “Locked In: A Royal Haunted Tour,” sponsored by Arvest Financial institution, 7-9 p.m. today-Saturday, Oct. 21-23 and 28-31 on the Royal Theatre, 111 S. Market St., Benton. Tickets are $10; go to theroyalplayers.ticketleap.com. For extra data name (501) 315-5483 (LIVE).
MUSIC: Winds and whales
The Little Rock Winds and conductor Israel Getzov give their first stay live performance since March 2020, opening their 2021-22 season, 7:30 p.m. immediately at Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Nice Valley Drive, Little Rock. This system consists of the “Bonds of Unity” march by Karl L. King; “Of Sailors and Whales,” the late Arkansas Composer Laureate W. Francis McBeth’s tone poem primarily based on Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick”; McBeth’s “Kaddish”; “Variations on a theme of R. Schumann” by Robert Jager; music from the rating for the film “Silverado” by Bruce Boughton; and “The Pines of the Appian Means” from “The Pines of Rome” by Ottorino Respighi. Tickets are $15, free for college kids. Go to lrwinds.org.
The Pure State Brass Band will carry out at 3 p.m. Sunday at Immanuel Baptist Church, 501 N. Shackleford Street, Little Rock. Rico Belotti conducts a program he calls “A Brass Band Sampler,” together with “A Moorside Suite” by Gustav Holst; the Most cancers Blows anthem “Tune of Hope” by Peter Meechan, that includes trumpet soloist Richard Bailey; Earth, Wind and Fireplace’s “Within the Stone”; and Barry Gott’s “Gospel Practice,” primarily based on the religious “Get On Board,” that includes Steve Greer on trombone. Admission is free. Name (501) 758-2576 or go to nsbb.org.
The Ozark People Middle State Park in Mountain View hosts its Stringband Music & Arts Competition, Friday-Saturday. The Tillers, old-time troubadours from the Ohio River Valley, headline the 6-10 p.m. Friday night time present. The Hogslop String Band from Nashville, Tenn., performs two units as a part of Saturday’s present, 1-10 p.m. The competition lineup additionally consists of Taller Than You, The Creek Rocks, Whoa Mule, Eden & Lukas Pool and Grace Stormont.
As a part of the park’s covid-19 protocols, the theater will likely be at one-third of its 1,000-seat capability. Tickets — $25 Friday, $35 Saturday, $50 for each days — embody the worth of admission to the park’s 20 artisan outlets, gardens and music reveals on the Ozark Highlands Theater. Go to OzarkFolkCenter.Ticketleap.com.
Outside acoustic music reveals, packages and artisan demonstrations will happen within the Craft Village, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. every day. The park’s Skillet Restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets every day. Value is $10 for breakfast, $11 for lunch, $12 for dinner.