Win Cool Prizes in First-Ever Saints and Sinners Raffle

photoThink of what you could do with $5,000 or who could use 10 tickets to the hottest ticket in town this holiday season, The Little Mermaid, or who would like to hone their acting skills.

By buying a Saints and Sinners Raffle ticket, you would have a chance to win one of these cool prizes!

While the annual gala may be months away, the fun begins now with this special raffle, which includes three amazing prizes. The three raffle prizes include:

  • $5,000 Cash
  • 10 Tickets to The Rep’s Production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid Includes ice cream and drinks
  • Private Performing Arts Workshop for up to eight young artists (or adults). Minimum age 10.

Winners will be announced during a live online drawing at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23. The public can follow along on Facebook and Instagram as the winners are announced.

Tickets cost $20 each and are $100 for six. They can be purchased online at; by calling Ronda Lewis at (501) 378-0445, ext. 203; or at The Rep’s Box Office at 601 Main Street, between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

The Saints and Sinners Raffle benefits The Rep. For more information, visit or call Ronda at (501) 378-0445, ext. 203.

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


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 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.

Behind the Curtain Q&A: Box Office Manager Jeff Roper

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At the start of the season, we wanted to showcase the people behind the Rep stage in a series we would like to call “Behind the Curtain.” During this weekly series, we will highlight staff members who keep the Arkansas Repertory Theatre running on a daily basis a short Q&A.

With tickets on sale to our first show of the year, Memphis, it seemed fitting to highlight one of the first people you see here at the theatre: our lively Box Office Manager Jeff Roper.

Here is what he to say about his ticket-selling time here at The Rep:

How long you have worked at the Rep:  6 years

Education/training:  Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Central Arkansas

How’d you get into the theatre biz:  A friend knew Kelly Ford and told me she was looking for a Box Office Manager.

Why your job rocks:  So much positive affirmation derived from getting people in to see great shows.

Best work day ever:  The night we had The Who tribute band perform

Favorite Rep show you’ve worked on and whyTommy because the cast was amazing.

One thing people would be surprised about your job:  How little we actually see the actors.

Favorite seat in the house:  H 7,6

Best job perk:  Getting to watch rehearsals and see the show come together.

Be sure to check back every week to get a glimpse at a different member of The Rep staff and buy your tickets to Memphis here!

Have questions about The Rep’s Box Office? Get your questions answered here.