2023-2024 Season Passes are live!

THE 2023-2024 SEASON

ACT’s season runs from June 2023 to April 2024.

Season passes and individual tickets are on sale now!

Argenta Community Theater will continue to monitor the COVID-19 public health situation and will make adjustments to our Covid protocols based on the newest information and guidance from government officials and public health experts. Up-to-date safety protocols will be determined on a production-by-production basis and will be actively communicated to patrons as we approach performances.

We currently do not require proof of vaccination or the use of masks. However, we strongly encourage anyone who feels the need, or is immunocompromised to wear a mask!

ACT II - The Sharon Heflin Performing Arts Education Center

Registration for Spring 2023 is now CLOSED!

Check back soon for updates regarding our Fall semester!

Click below to view available classes and registration information.

Special thanks to Will Feland, the City of North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Sharon Heflin and Legacy Termite & Pest Control, North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau, Janna Knight, and the Arkansas Arts Council.

RENT JULY 26TH-AUGUST 5TH

Rent is the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1996 rock musical by Jonathan Larson that follows the lives of a group of bohemians in New York City’s Lower East Side. From the HIV/AIDS crisis to drug addiction, the characters deal with social dilemmas of the day, against the urban backdrop of New York City.

*This show contains mature themes. Parental discretion is advised.

About Act

The Argenta Community Theater is a nonprofit organization committed to serving the community through education and advancement of the performing arts. Founded in 2010 by Judy Tenenbaum and Vincent Insalaco, ACT has come to be known throughout central Arkansas as a producer of high-quality theatrical events, a source of arts education opportunities, and hub for collaboration between multiple arts and community organizations. With a flexible design and floorplan, the building itself has been used for events from musicals to weddings to fundraisers and summer theater camps. Through its facilities and partnerships, ACT also seeks to strengthen cooperation among non-profits within the community.