After months of the "new normal," it can seem like there's no single aspect of daily life the coronavirus pandemic hasn't changed. Work has been replaced with Zoom, movie theaters with Netflix, and restaurants with take-out.
But central Arkansans will soon get to experience live shows once again, with all of the necessary health precautions in place.
The Center for Humanities and Arts at the University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College is rolling out its 2020-2021 CHARTS LIVE season, featuring 10 shows running between January and May at its North Little Rock campus.
It's only the second season for CHARTS LIVE, but features prominent names from the worlds of performance, music and history; Ani DiFranco, Bobby McFerrin and Little Rock Nine member Minnijean Brown Trickey, just to name a few.
Arts Scene sat down with Shannon Boshears, Vice Chancellor of Advancement at UAPTC and Executive Director of the UAPTC Foundation, who gives us a sneek peak at this season's offerings.
Show and ticketing information is available on the CHARTS website at charts.uaptc.edu.