The fourth annual Fringe Festival is at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 2 to 3, in the UALR Haislip Theatre, Room 127.
The Fringe Festival offers a series of original ten-minute plays written, produced, directed, and performed by UALR students.
This event has become one of the most popular and regular offerings from the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance.
Admission is free, but tickets are limited. For advanced tickets, visit the Center for Performing Arts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information, call 501.569.3456.
There will be nine student plays showing at this year’s festival:
“50 Shades of Personalities” by Corrie Elizabeth Green
“A Yet to be Named Work” by Emily Bruner
“The Breakthrough” by Eric D’wann Ventry
“Duet” (or Funnel) by MarQuis Bullock
“Girl You’re a Queen” by KaBriya J. Baldwin
“The Ladies Room” by Grace Burr
“Reasons” by James Colton Mann
“The Siren Song” by Marissa Harris
“Study of Blue Nudes” by Katherine Greer
This event is sponsored by the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance and the Kerry Kennedy Playwright Development Fund.