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Weekend Theater's "Raft of the Medusa" moves and goes on

Even though a car plowed into the front of the theatre causing significant damage, The Weekend Theater is not canceling its current show "Raft of the Medusa." Information below.

In the true spirit of theatre, "The show must go on!" Although The Weekend Theater production of Raft of the Medusa was originally cancelled, it will be staged after all for the final two productions! The cast and crew of Raft of the Medusa have been hard at work to overcome the challenges of the temporarily damaged Weekend Theater facilities where it was originally staged. The theater was damaged on November 7th when a car went into the auditorium.

This weekend's performances has been moved to the Quapaw United Methodist Church in downtown Little Rock. The theater thanks this wonderful group of people allowing the use of their facility to complete the run of this powerful show. Please come celebrate this overwhelming sense of community and goodwill with us on Friday and/or Saturday at 7:30 pm. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at or at the door on the night of the performance. Tickets are $16, $12 for students and adults. Those purchased at the door must be paid for by cash or check, no credit or debit cards can be accepted at this location. Tickets already purchased for these two performances will be honored. The location of the Quapaw United Methodist Church is 1600 S. Louisiana St. in Little Rock. For more information visit the website or call 501-374-3761.



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