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'The Joint' opens in Argenta
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'The Joint' opens in Argenta

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR – THE JOINT will open its coffee shop and bar on Monday, May 14th at 7:00 am.  The Ribbon Cutting with The Chamber of Commerce North Little Rock will be

held at 2:00 pm.  This coffee shop and entertainment venue is designed to be a fun hangout from early morning until late at night.  With free WiFi, free video entertainment (including classic foreign and silent films), live comedy improvisation featuring The Joint Venture each Wednesday night, live rock and roll each Thursday (which is also Big Dam Beer Night), plus original two-act comedies created and performed by The Main Thing, the resident comedy company. 

 

The entertainment calendar will begin on June 2 with the premiere performance of LITTLE ROCK AND A HARD PLACE, at 8:00 pm.  Admission will be $20 per person and reservations will be recommended.  The Main Thing stars veteran performers whose work has been featured on Saturday Night Live, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, two Off-Broadway runs, and in thousands of live stage performance all around the country.  The first show, LITTLE ROCK and A HARD PLACE will run thoughout the summer.  Mondays and Tuesdays – 7 am – 8 pm, Wednesdays –7 am open /8 pm - The Joint Venture (improv), Thursdays – 7 am open / 9 pm - Rock in The Joint (live music), Fridays – 7 am open / 8 pm -- The Main Thing (comedy show), Saturdays – 7:30 am open /8 pm & 10:15 pm -- The Main Thing.

 

This is the latest creation of the Farrell family, and their first project in Arkansas.  Previously, the Farrell’s were the creators of Houston’s first comedy club, The Comedy Workshop, where many stars got their start.  During the 1980’s, the Farrell’s broke off to start what became the most successful comedy theatre in Texas history…Radio Music Theatre, which turned out original hit comedies from 1984 through 2011, when they elected to close the doors and move to Little Rock to open THE JOINT.  They chose this area over dozens of other cities because of its natural beauty, its friendly people and its great potential. 

 

The Farrell’s hope to help Greater Little Rock guild its national reputation by making The Joint and all of its productions the kind of entertainment that residents and visitors alike will just have to see!

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