A new theatre company, Smokehouse Players, is debuting their production of In The Middle of Nowhere in Fayetteville at the Ozark Mountain Smokehouse.
The production was written by Kent R Brown who taught theatre at the University of Arkansas for 24 years and spent 8 years as the Chairman of the Theatre Department of 8 years.
In The Middle of Nowhere runs February 15-17, at 7:30pm. Admission is free and first come first serve. However donations are accepted and all donations on Thursday will be given to the Magdalene Serenity House.
Director Jacob Christiansen, actors and co-founders Tim Glister and Terry Vaughan, and Amy Hardwick, Executive Director of Magdalene Serenity House, all stopping by the KNWA studio to talk about their opening production.
Ozark Mountain Smokehouse
1725 S Smokehouse Trail, Fayetteville AR
Tickets are free - no reservations - first come first served - doors open at 6:30
Wine, beer, cookies available for sale prior to the show
Donations accepted at the door - all donations received on Feb 15 go to Magdalene Serenity House
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