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UALR students, faculty and staff - please contact the departmental office at 569-3294 for your tickets.

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Kathakali is an Indian dance drama by V. Kaladharan, K. Shanmukhan and K. Sukumaran showcasing India’s highly stylized classical dance and drama. Kathakali combines dancing, acting, vocal music, percussion and costumes in one art form dating back to 17th century India. Kaladharan and Shanmukhan will present selected scenes from prominent Kathakali plays. Kaladharan will explain the story and context, and then Shanmukhan will perform each scene. Sukumaran will present the costuming and makeup for the performance.

Sunday, September 28, 2014 3 pm.

Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall
2801 S University
Fine Arts Building
Little Rock, AR 72204
Phone: (501) 569-3294

For information phone: (501) 569-3294. For general admission tickets call 501-569-8993 or purchase on-line Buy Now

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Friday, October 10, 2014 - 7:30 p.m.
At the Ron Robinson Theater
100 River Market Ave, Little Rock, AR 72201

Free Admission with Limited seating

W.S. Holland Band

W.S. “Fluke” Holland, the only drummer who played with Johnny Cash, is known around the world as a true pioneer of a variety of American music genre including rockabilly, country, folk, and rock ‘n’ roll. His driving “train like” rhythms and innovative rockabilly shuffles are distinctively present on numerous classic hit records including some of rock ‘n’ roll’s original anthems such as “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Matchbox,” and “Honey Don’t” by Carl Perkins, “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Ring of Fire,” “I Walk the Line,” “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” and dozens of other iconic recordings by the legendary Johnny Cash & The Tennessee 3.

Holland played drums on the Bob Dylan/Cash sessions that resulted in Dylan’s famous “Nashville Skyline” album. When Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson embarked on the tour, The Highwaymen, it was Holland who provided the group’s beat in concerts around the world. Considered “The World’s First Rock & Roll Drummer” and the first artist ever to play a full set of drums on the Grand Ole Opry stage, Holland has gained his rightful place in American music history and continues to inspire and influence artists worldwide today while playing with his own band

Part of Johnny Cash exhibit presented by UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture

Please check out our Concert Schedule page for the rest of the season’s concerts.

Updated 9.10.2014