As guests of the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South and the Chamber Music Society of Little Rock, the Eroica Trio plays a feisty program of Bach and Brahms, plus settings of Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" and Rachmaninoff's Vocalise that were arranged specifically for the group.
Vastly more impactful in a live setting than they are through the headphones, Mothership is a clean machine, greased liberally with reverence for fellow Texans ZZ Top and fueled by the sort of subcellular telekinesis that you get when two brothers form a rock ’n’ roll outfit.
If you’ve ever longed to sip the finest glass of beer in Arkansas as a gang of giant robots wanders by, here’s your chance, because the people watching in Hot Springs — seemingly already at its peak quotient of quirk — is about to get off-the-charts nerdy.
As part of the Argenta Reading Series, author Elle Nash will read from her 2018 novel “Animals Eat Each Other," which follows a polyamorous, sadomasochistic relationship between a male Satanist and tatoo artist, his girlfriend, and a third party, Lilith, who finds herself caught in a web of desire and jealousy that becomes increasingly difficult to navigate.
BODYTRAFFIC, a nimble Los Angeles ensemble that blends human geometry with clever costumery, takes on not only classical contemporary ballet but the Lindy hop, hip-hop and everything between. They're in town for the ACANSA Arts Festival.
Twenty years in, “Pilate” is still a bop of biblical proportions, “Cheap Red Wine” is still a rhyme scheme for the barroom and “Out Here in the Pines” is still heavy as hell.