“The Collector’s Collection,” a three-part exhibit of things from the personal collections of three Little Rock ladies, debuts Tuesday at ESSE Purse Museum, 1510 Foremost St., Little Rock.
Half 1, “So Shoe Me,” up via Nov. 20, focuses on the gathering of “wacky, wild, ‘redonkulous’ footwear” belonging to Leesa Renshaw, head of lecturers at Pulaski Academy. Subsequent installments will spotlight the collections of Kathleen Pate and Marsha Stone.
Hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Admission is $10, $8 for college kids, senior residents (60-plus) and navy. Name (501) 916-9022 or go to essepursemuseum.com.
‘Come From Away’
The touring manufacturing of the Broadway musical “Come From Away” (e book, music and lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein) can be onstage, 7 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, 1:30 and seven p.m. Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday, 2 and eight p.m. Saturday and a couple of p.m. Oct. 31 at Fayetteville’s Walton Arts Middle, 495 W. Dickson St.
The present is predicated on the true story of the neighborhood of Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, which took in 7,000 stranded airline passengers after Sept. 11 briefly shut down air journey. The middle recommends the present for audiences 13 and older.
Tickets are $41-$92 plus charges. Name (479) 443-5600 or go to waltonartscenter.org. All patrons 12 and older should present proof of a adverse covid-19 diagnostic take a look at inside 72 hours previous to entry or proof of full vaccination and matching identification. Patrons 11 and youthful can attend with printed proof of a adverse covid-19 take a look at. All patrons will even be required to put on masks.
Bluegrass band Particular Consensus — (from left) Nate Burie, Dan Eubanks, Greg Cahill and Greg Blake — performs Monday at Paragould’s Collins Theatre. (Particular to the Democrat-Gazette)
Bluegrass band Particular Consensus — Greg Cahill, banjo; Dan Eubanks, bass; Nate Burie, mandolin; and Greg Blake, guitar; all contribute vocals — performs at 7 p.m. Monday on the Collins Theatre, 120 W. Emerson St., Paragould, for Jonesboro public radio station KASU-FM, 91.9’s Bluegrass Monday collection. Admission price is $10, free for individuals 18 and youthful. Go to kasu.org/tickets. For extra info, name (870) 972-2367, e mail [email protected] or go to the Bluegrass Monday Fb web page.
Rex Nelson, senior editor of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and writer of “Southern Fried: Going Entire Hog in a State of Marvel,” would be the first speaker in Arkansas State College-Mountain House’s Terre Ware E book Creator Lecture Collection, 6 p.m. Tuesday within the Ed Coulter Performing Arts Middle, Vada Sheid Neighborhood Improvement Middle, 1600 S. Faculty St., Mountain House. Admission is free. Name (870) 508-6109 or go to asumh.edu.
Massive band in Spa Metropolis
The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs at 7 p.m. Nov. 12 in Horner Corridor within the Scorching Springs Conference Middle, 134 Conference Middle Blvd., Scorching Springs. Doorways open at 6. Tickets for reserved desk seating are $35. Name (501) 321-2027 or go to prekindle.com.
Author in residence
Little Rock essayist and fiction author Frederick McKindra, in residence this fall at Hendrix Faculty, would be the “headliner” for “An Night with Author-in-Residence Frederick McKindra,” 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Reves Recital Corridor at Hendrix, 1600 Washington Ave., Conway. The discuss is a part of the Hendrix-Murphy Basis’s Applications in Literature and Language. Admission is free. Go to hendrixmurphy.org.