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Q&A with CAC Senior John Kennedy

You recently served as the dramaturg for the CAC Drama Department’s performance of The Diary of Anne Frank. What exactly did that entail? In a play based off of realistic events, the dramaturg makes sure all the facts are portrayed correctly on stage. I looked through the script and translated anything that needed translating, and […]

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Q&A with Alumni James Wafford

Tell us a little bit of your CAC story. I started attending CAC in the 7th grade and graduated in 2000. When I was in school I played a lot of sports – football, basketball, track – you name it. Outside of school I spent a ton of my time playing music. Senior year I […]

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CAC Experiences The Great American Solar Eclipse, On and Off Campus

Monday, August 21, the United States experienced a total solar eclipse for the first time in nearly a century. The moon’s shadow fell on a 71-mile-wide path, stretching from Oregon to South Carolina, and put over 12.2 million people in partial or total darkness. Luckily, Little Rock was positioned to view The Great American Solar […]

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Lights Up! 2017 Tour Recap

Bright and early, Thursday, April 6, CAC’s Lights Up! Drama Troupe began its 6th annual tour taking live drama and improv to the masses. A grand time was had by all!  The group presented a variety of skits, most of which were written by group members.  Some of the items retold stories from children’s books […]

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CAC Welcomes Magician Justin Flom for Annual Event, “An Evening at CAC”

CAC is excited to welcome Justin Flom to Mustang Mountain as this year’s guest performer at An Evening at CAC. On April 11, the renowned magician will join us for a lighthearted evening full of laughter, amazement and fun as we celebrate the incredible people who work to make CAC such a great place. Justin has made television […]

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Q&A with Holly Cannon

1. Tell us about yourself!    I am a recent Harding Graduate of Theatre and Children’s and Family Ministry who lives in Searcy with my husband and puppy. I love all things Disney and am a Christmas fanatic. I grew up in Cookeville, Tennessee, and started theatre at a very young age. In high school I worked with […]

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College Campus Visits: CAC is Family

Over the past month, a handful of faculty and staff piled in to an SUV armed with hundreds of trivia cards and trekked to three college campuses across Arkansas to eat dinner and reconnect with recent CAC alumni. Teachers, administration and former students alike laughed over pizza and reminisced about their favorite Mustang Mountain memories. […]

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Q&A with senior Allie Weiner

Q&A with senior Allie Weiner, who recently signed to play golf at Arkansas Tech University. 1. How long have you been playing golf? Seven years 2. What do you enjoy the most about playing golf? I enjoy the challenge of playing golf. It is the most mentally and physically challenging sport there is. 3. What […]

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