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    2015 Arkansas New Play Festival

    June 18-28, 2015
    at Walton Arts Center's Nadine Baum Studios in Fayetteville

    Arkansas's flagship celebration of new work for the stage expands to two full weekends of performances in 2015, including a fully staged new work, staged reading performances both in Fayetteville and in Little Rock, and special behind-the-scenes events. You’re invited to sit in for the performances and for an intimate conversation with the playwright and cast—and help shape new works from the ground up.

    New Play Passes, granting entry to all events, are on sale now for $40.

     Reserve your passes at the link above, or by phone via Tickets Northwest Arkansas at (479) 443-5600. Single tickets to each performance are on sale now. Seating is very limited.


    2015/16 Season Lineup

    Subscriptions to TheatreSquared's Tenth Anniversary Season are now on sale, with five-play packages starting at just $70. Click here to book yours now!



    by Peter Shaffer
    AUG 27—SEPT 20, 2015

    His legacy threatened, composer Antonio Salieri schemes to discredit a foul-mouthed former child prodigy. But genius, it seems, is not easily obscured, and Salieri must ask himself how far he will go to destroy the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winner of five Tony Awards—including Best Play—and the Oscar for Best Picture, Amadeus is a modern classic, weaving intrigue, comedy, suspense, and music into a tale of breathtaking dramatic power. 




    by Quiara Alegría Hudes 
    OCT 15-NOV 8, 2015

    Winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Elliot Ortiz is back from Iraq, working a Subway shop in Philly, and hoping to turn his winning smile into an acting career. Somewhere, four strangers in an internet chat room seek support facing their demons. When these real and virtual worlds collide, reality splinters, and life itself is at stake in this acclaimed, provocative, and unexpectedly humorous journey to redemption. 

    “Funny, warm, and uplifting—one of the best new plays in years.” – The Hartford Courant 



    A play by Rick Elise based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, music by Wayne Barker 
    DEC 3, 2015-JAN 3, 2016

    A wildly innovative, Tony Award-winning retelling of how an angst-ridden orphan became the immortal Peter Pan. Critically acclaimed for its mix of “lighthearted brilliance and existential shadow” (The New Yorker)—with a dozen actors juggling stagecraft, music and 100 characters—TheatreSquared’s epic-scale co-production with the Arkansas Repertory Theater will delight audiences of every age. 

    “Miraculous. Spectacle, wit and joy spill out of this production like treasure from a magic pocket.” – New York Magazine 



    A World Premiere by Robert Ford 
    FEB 4-28, 2016

    In the aftermath of nuclear disaster in the Arkansas River Valley, Gabe disregards a government quarantine and returns to his family farm. When he is discovered by a scientist with secrets of her own, she pleads with him to leave the devastated area—but finds herself inexplicably drawn to his defiant act. The newest work by T2 Artistic Director Robert Ford (Look Away, The Spiritualist, My Father’s War) in its world premiere production. 



    by Gina Gionfriddo 
    MARCH 31-APRIL 24, 2016

    Sparks fly in this “intensely smart, immensely funny” (The New York Times) 2013 Pulitzer Prize finalist about women who want to have it all. After grad school, Catherine built a career as a rock-star academic; Gwen built a life with her family. Decades later, a dangerous game begins as each tries to claim the other’s territory.  

    “An explosive comedy—engagingly up-to-the-minute with unexpected twists.” – The Washington Post 



    Choose your seat

    Each of TheatreSquared's 175 seats is no more than 15 feet from the stage — so wherever you choose to sit, you'll have a close-up view of the action. Click the image below to view a larger version, or download a printable PDF. You may select your own seat when you reserve your ticket.

    Click to view a detailed seat map.