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The Joint | Theater & Coffeehouse

Travis Short & Stephanie Smittle - Potluck & Poison Ivy

Live dinner and storytelling event in Argenta, Arkansas that invites you to bring your story to the table by sharing a meal and some good ole Southern storytelling. It’s a potluck of people, themes, and ways to tell a story, served with a hearty helping of laughter.

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Travis Short & Stephanie Smittle - Potluck & Poison Ivy

Time & Location

Jun 25, 2020, 7:00 PM

The Joint | Theater & Coffeehouse, 301 Main St, North Little Rock, AR 72114, USA

About the Event

Wholesome meat from the happiest animals. We have always felt that real food, the kind that nourishes a person to the bones and floods the senses, is a gift from the land by way of happy animals. We do our best to raise these critters with a light touch in a natural environment. Oh boy, do we love the way happy tastes! All of our products are raised and processed in accordance with the stringent standards of Animal Welfare Approved

With musical guest Stephanie Smittle

Stephanie Smittle performs southern sludge rock with Iron Tongue, sacred music as a cantor and chorister at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Ashkenazic folk music with the Meshugga Klezmer Band, and songs of politics and Arkansas history with duo Stephen and Stephanie. Smittle has recorded two albums of genre-hopping original material with The Smittle Band, and her opera roles include Fiordiligi in Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” with Opera in the Ozarks, Queen Anne and Queen Elizabeth Woodville in the premiere of Karen Griebling’s “Richard III: A Crown of Roses, A Crown of Thorns,” and Virginia Clinton in Bonnie Montgomery’s “Billy Blythe.” Stephanie Smittle is culture editor for the Arkansas Times and an advocate for The Natural State’s rich history of musicians and artists.

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