Thursday To-do: March 11

[insert something clever here to justify mentioning Conan O’Brien yet AGAIN in the daily to-do post]

And speaking of [insert reference to above paragraph], Team Coco is taking it to the road with his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour next month.

The closest he’ll be to Fayetteville is Tulsa’s Brady Theater on Saturday, May 15. Tickets start at $35. Not bad!

Speaking of proximity to Fayetteville, the closest West Virginia’s The Fox Hunt will be to Fayetteville is Fayetteville’s Smoke & Barrel Tavern tonight. Convenient!

The Fox Hunt has just released their third full album entitled, “Long Way to Go” and they claim to be as comfortable in a rowdy punk bar as they are on somebody’s back porch. Fortunately, Smoke & Barrel is a chameleon and can be both, depending on the band. Should be a fun night.

How about a little theater, please.

Over at UARK Bowl, Arts Live Theatre is premiering “ANNIE” this evening. Tickets are $8 for ages 12 and under or $12 for ages 13 and up. Great, now I have Hard Knock Life stuck in my head.

There’s only a few days left to see TheatreSquared’s “Underneath the Lintel” at Nadine Baum Studios off Dickson St. You like one-man mysteries, right? Who doesn’t?

The Randy Rogers Band is at George’s, Charliehorse Duo is at JJ’s and there’s a giant jazz performance featuring Wynton Marsalis at the Walton Arts Center.


Thursday, March 11, 2010
JJ’s Grill n Chill: Charliehorse Duo
Greenhouse Grille: Green Drinks Washington County
St. Thomas Aquinas: Following Jesus in Africa: Stories from Bethany
Nadine Baum Studios: TheatreSquared’s Underneath the Lintel
Pesto Cafe: Kevin Bennoch
Walton Arts Center: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra w/ Wynton Marsalis
Teatro Scarpino: Big Bad Gina
UARK Bowl & Ballroom: Arts Live Theatre: Annie
George’s: Randy Rogers Band / Josh Abbott
Smoke & Barrel Tavern: The Fox Hunt