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Ron Robinson Theater

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100 River Market Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201 United States
501-320-5715 www.ronrobinsontheater.org

The Ron Robinson Theater is a 315-seat multi-purpose event venue. Part of Library Square, the Central Arkansas Library System’s (CALS) downtown campus, it is designed to provide programs for all ages including films, music performances, plays, readings, lectures, speakers, and children’s activities. The theater is equipped with a state-of-the-art DCI-compliant Barco digital cinema projection system and 32′ wide retractable screen; and, a versatile sound system capable of Dolby 7.1 surround audio for movies, with a CL3 digital mixing console with ample inputs for traditional music concerts.

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This Will not Pass: Trump, Biden and the Battle for America’s Future

The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) in partnership with the Political Animals Club will be hosting author of the newly released book, This Will not Pass: Trump, Biden and the Battle for America’s Future, Jonathan Martin at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 100 River Market Avenue, on June 6 at 6 p.m.

“This Will Not Pass” is considered a definitive account of the 2020 election penned by two New York Times reporters. Through hundreds of interviews and never-before-seen documents,

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Terror Tuesdays! Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959, NR)

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater every Tuesday this June for TERROR TUESDAYS!

TUE 6/7: Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959, NR): In the Florida Everglades, a pair of larger-than-human, intelligent leeches live in an underwater cave. They begin dragging locals down to their cave, where they slowly feed on them, draining their victims of blood.

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Terror Tuesdays! The Screaming Skull (1958, NR)

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater every Tuesday this June for TERROR TUESDAYS!

TUE 6/14: The Screaming Skull (1958, NR): A newly married couple arrives at the home of the husband’s late wife, where the gardens have been maintained by a gardener faithful to the dead woman’s memory. Soon, eerie events lead his new wife to think she’s losing her mind.

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9th Street & Beyond: Black Communities That Sustained Us Then & Now

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater, the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, and Arkansas PBS for this FREE event celebrating Juneteenth and Arkansas Black communities!

The event begins with a screening of the Arkansas PBS documentary Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street (2017, NR), and concludes with a discussion of the importance and history of the West 9th Street, Dunbar, and Pankey communities in Central Arkansas.

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Terror Tuesdays! Carnival of Souls (1962, PG)

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater every Tuesday this June for TERROR TUESDAYS!

TUE 6/21: Carnival of Souls (1962, PG): Mary Henry survives a fatal car accident through mysterious circumstances. She tries to make a fresh start, but is haunted by visions of a fiendish man. As the visions begin to occur more frequently, Mary finds herself drawn to a deserted carnival on the outskirts of town. The strangely alluring carnival may hold the secret to her tragic past.

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Terror Tuesdays! The Last Man on Earth (1964, NR)

Join CALS Ron Robinson Theater every Tuesday this June for TERROR TUESDAYS!

TUE 6/28: The Last Man on Earth (1964, NR): When a global epidemic turns all of humanity into the living dead, the last survivor on earth (Vincent Price) becomes a reluctant zombie hunter in an adaptation of Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend.

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CALS Speaker Series: Kimberly Wehle, How to Think Like a Lawyer and Why

Honoring Rabbi Ira Sanders

What does the average person have in common with lawyers? From the mundane to the game-changers, decisions need to be made every day. But a key way in which the everyday person differs from a lawyer is how each goes about making decisions. A non-lawyer often searches for answers to validate or solidify a pre-conceived decision, while a lawyer looks for questions.

Based on her book, How to Think Like a Lawyer and Why: A Common-Sense Guide to Everyday Dilemmas,

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