Trike Theatre 

Trike Theatre has a mission to enrich and transform the lives of young people through exceptional theatre experiences.  They believe in creating a safe, inclusive space to find artistic voices by expanding individual talents.  They create community through classes, production ensembles, and events.  If you would like more information, visit

Drama in Northwest Arkansas

Walton Arts Center 

Walton Arts Center draws more than 150,000 people annually to its Broadway musicals, dance performances, comedy shows and theater stage productions. The main facility is located in Fayetteville.  The Center also serves nearly 50,000 school children each year through award-winning arts education program.  The Walton Arts Center supports several including; Arkansas’ Arts & Nature festival and the Art of Wine Festival in June.  For more information, visit

Live on Stage in NWA

Live On Stage in NWA showcases student talent and provides professional performances at an affordable price.  While being 100% volunteer, Live on Stage in NWA has a goal to fund and expand performing arts awareness to residents of Northwest Arkansas.

Through an "Outreach" program, Live on Stage in NWA brings local high school student performers to our Arend Arts Center audience through a program called, "Students On Stage". These talented students perform prior to the main musical performances.

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Rogers Little Theater 

Rogers Little Theater is located in Rogers at The Victory Theater.  The Rogers Little Theater produces plays and musicals.  They have a subscription base of approximately 400 members and over 20,000 audience members attended Rogers Little Theater in the past two seasons. The theater relies on more than 700 volunteers and has non profit status. For more information, visit  

Arend Art Center 

The Arend Arts Center features performances from the elementary level to high school concerts and dramatic productions.  The main focus of the Arrend Art Center is for the students of Bentonville Public Schools.  Local annual events include performaces by the Benton County Symphony, Classical Ballet Academy's production of the Nutcracker, and the Ozark Mountain British Brass Band.  Since its opening in 2004, over 200,000 patrons have attended various performances and events.  For more information, visit

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