Submit Your Scary Story on Alice 107.7’s ‘Thriller Thursday,’ Win Tickets to Wait Until Dark

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Halloween is upon us! What better way to get geared up for the scary holiday than by sharing your spookiest story on the radio?

Every Thursday in October is a “Thriller Thursday” with radio personalities Heather and Poolboy on Top 40 station Alice 107.7 FM and that means listeners can submit their favorite (and scariest!) ghost tale each Thursday throughout the month. And the best part?

Just by sharing your story, you have a chance to win a pair of tickets to see our upcoming thriller Wait Until Dark, taking The Rep stage from Oct. 24-Nov. 9!

Be prepared to be scared! Enter by submitting your spooky story via email heatherandpoolboy@alice1077.com or calling in to the show from 6-10 a.m. and sharing it with listeners!

Heather and Poolboy will choose their scariest story and the winner will win two tickets to see the suspenseful drama that was adapted for film in 1967 with icon Audrey Hepburn, which ranked 10th on Bravo’s “100 Scariest Movie Moments.”

Learn more about the show here and “Thriller Thursday” here.

Shop at Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s Costume & Prop Sale Saturday

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Patrons will get the chance to peruse the fabulous costumes from the 2011-2012 production of The Wiz.

Just in time for Halloween, Arkansas Repertory Theatre is thrilled to announce they are giving the public a chance to shop its expansive closet of costumes and props at its Costume and Prop Sale this Saturday, Oct. 4.

From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the lobby of the The Rep, located at 601 Main St., Little Rock, patrons are invited to shop for custom hand-made pieces from the Rep’s costume department, as well as props used onstage and Christmas decorations. The sale will feature items from past Rep productions, including Avenue Q, Joseph & The Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Wiz, White Christmas, A Chorus Line and more. Items will start at $2.

The sale will be open coinciding with the 4th Annual Main Street Food Truck Festival, which will feature 30 food trucks and several musicians, artists and other vendors on Main Street from 4th to 8th streets.

Proceeds from the sale benefit Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s production office.