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The Playbill is provided free to our patrons during the September through June performing arts season. Patrons enjoy cast profiles and program notes that enhance their understanding and enjoyment of each show or concert. The Playbill proudly serves Little Rock’s most prominent arts venues: Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Arkansas and UA-Pulaski Tech’s Center for Humanities and Arts (CHARTS). Our upscale and influential audience will be sure to see your advertising message during the entire performing arts season.

The Playbill is Arkansas’ best niche market!

Arkansas Repertory Theatre

Arkansas Repertory Theatre

The Rep is the state’s largest non-profit resident theatre company. It has produced more than 350 productions, including 45 world premieres at its 377-seat theater located in its historic building in downtown Little Rock. Bringing Tony Award-winning and other nationally recognized artists to its stages, The Rep is locally recognized as the Best Live Theatre and the Best Performing Arts Organization by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Arkansas Times. For season and ticket information visit:

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

The ASO performs more than 60 concerts per season, which includes the Masterworks and Pops Concerts and the River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Comprised of the state’s most sought after professional musicians, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra is heard by more than 165,000 Arkansans each year, and consistently plays to high critical praise. Nationally known and distinguished guest artists appear in concert with the orchestra each season. For season and ticket information visit:

Ballet Arkansas

Ballet Arkansas

Ballet Arkansas is Arkansas’ foremost professional ballet company. For more than 40 years, their world-class education programs and productions have touched the lives of more than 120,000 Arkansans. The company now consists of 15 full-time professional dancers and performs a vibrant and diverse repertory of works by celebrated choreographers. Ballet Arkansas provides the region with bold, original programming for every taste. For season and ticket information visit:
Center for Humanities & Arts

Center for Humanities & Arts

The Center for Humanities and Arts has a live season of traveling shows, plays and concerts featuring every style of music. Past world-renowned artists such as Mavis Staples, Delbert McClinton, John Hiatt, Jimmie Vaughan, Pharaoh Sanders, The Indigo Girls, Bettye LaVette and many more have graced their stage. The 90,000 sq. ft. facility houses a 456-seat proscenium theater complete with state-of-the-art, comprehensive lighting, sound, staging and projection capabilities. For more details visit:

 Annual Schedule Dates to Remember:

Reserve Your Space by Mid-July of Every Year
Artwork Is Due by Mid-August of Every Year
The New Playbill Season Begins in the First Week of September and Runs Through June of the Following Year
Request Our Current Media Kit for Details of the Current Season

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