Tag: CALS Ron Robinson Theater

CALS Arkansas Sounds presents: Luenell

CALS Arkansas Sounds presents the “Original Bad Girl of Comedy,” Arkansas’s own, LUENELL! Luenell will grace the CALS Ron Robinson Theater stage for two shows on Saturday, June 10, 2023.

While she may be small in stature, she more than makes up for it with her big personality,


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NOIR-vember! Detour (1945, NR)

Join us on Tuesdays this November for NOIR-vember! We’re celebrating three film noir classics with one-night-only screenings.

Detour (1958, PG-13)… He went searching for love… but fate forced a DETOUR to revelry… violence… mystery!
In flashback, New York nightclub pianist Al Roberts hitchhikes to Hollywood to join his girl Sue.


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NOIR-vember! Touch of Evil (1958, PG-13)

Join us on Tuesdays this November for NOIR-vember! We’re celebrating three film noir classics with one-night-only screenings.

Touch of Evil (1958, PG-13)… the strangest vengeance ever planned!
When a car bomb explodes on the American side of the U.S./Mexico border, Mexican drug enforcement agent Miguel Vargas begins his investigation,


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NOIR-vember! Double Indemnity (1944, PG)

Join us on Tuesdays this November for NOIR-vember! We’re celebrating three film noir classics with one-night-only screenings.

Double Indemnity (1944, PG)… from the moment they met, it was murder!
A Los Angeles insurance representative lets an alluring housewife seduce him into a scheme of insurance fraud and murder that arouses the suspicion of his colleague,


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Interactive Screening! The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, R)

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater for an unforgettable interactive screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show!

After a newly-engaged couple’s car breaks down they seek shelter at the bizarre residence of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, and through elaborate dances and rock songs,


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An interview with Michelle West, director of First River

The Buffalo River has a history as winding as its 153-mile path. The lower 135 miles of the river, from Ponca to the White River, flow within the boundaries of an area managed by the National Park Service, where the stream is officially designated the Buffalo National River. It was designated as the nation’s first national river by Congress on March 1,


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