Performing Partnerships

ACO season celebrates diversity


The Arts Center of the Ozarks recently released a glimpse into its 2018-19 season and, says Executive Director Kathleen Trotter, the goal of the arts organization is to include even more of the community than in the past.


ACO Season



July — DreamWorks’ “Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr.” with Trike Theatre

September — “Plaza Suite” by Neil Simon

November — “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” adapted from the television special

January — “Tomás and the Library Lady”

February — Agatha Christie’s “A Murder is Announced”

Northwest Arkansas Audio Theater

October — “Dracula”

December — “It’s a Wonderful Life”

February — “Go Back for Murder”

May — “War of the Worlds”

Gallery Exhibitions

July 10-Aug. 17 — PSNWA: “Our Natural State”

Aug. 28-Sept. 22 — Sensory Iconoclasts and Sarah Hearn

Oct. 2-26 — 5X5 Annual Exhibition

Oct. 30-Nov. 3 — “Day of the Dead”

Nov. 10-Jan. 7 — “Frida in the Garden”

Feb. 19-March 29 — Guest Curated Exhibition

April 2-19 — Senior High Art Competition

April 23-May 3 — Celebrate Art Competition

May 14-June 28 — Individual Artist Exhibitions

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