The Yarn Presents True Love Stories (III of III)

"Love. Above all things I believe in love. Love is like oxygen. Love is a many splendored thing. Love lifts us up where we belong. All you need is love." - Christian, Moulin Rouge.

For the Yarn’s second collaboration this season with South on Main, storytellers will share from the heart. The February 19th production explores the most potent of emotions, love, as it collides with family, big dreams, disappointment, and scandal. Anything but cliché, this show puts love on display as it happens in real life.

Amy Bell, co-owner and creative director at South on Main, cites the restaurant’s atmosphere as the inspiration for the show, as it offers one of the best places to see love in all its forms. She says, “Running a restaurant, I see people’s love connections in so many ways - first dates, proposals, weddings, anniversaries. I think real love is so much more exciting and magical than the manufactured stories we read in books and see in movies.”

The Yarn Presents True Love Stories (II of III)

"Love. Above all things I believe in love. Love is like oxygen. Love is a many splendored thing. Love lifts us up where we belong. All you need is love." - Christian, Moulin Rouge.

For the Yarn’s second collaboration this season with South on Main, storytellers will share from the heart. The February 19th production explores the most potent of emotions, love, as it collides with family, big dreams, disappointment, and scandal. Anything but cliché, this show puts love on display as it happens in real life.

Amy Bell, co-owner and creative director at South on Main, cites the restaurant’s atmosphere as the inspiration for the show, as it offers one of the best places to see love in all its forms. She says, “Running a restaurant, I see people’s love connections in so many ways - first dates, proposals, weddings, anniversaries. I think real love is so much more exciting and magical than the manufactured stories we read in books and see in movies.”

The Yarn Presents True Love Stories (I of III)

"Love. Above all things I believe in love. Love is like oxygen. Love is a many splendored thing. Love lifts us up where we belong. All you need is love." - Christian, Moulin Rouge.

For the Yarn’s second collaboration this season with South on Main, storytellers will share from the heart. The February 19th production explores the most potent of emotions, love, as it collides with family, big dreams, disappointment, and scandal. Anything but cliché, this show puts love on display as it happens in real life.

Amy Bell, co-owner and creative director at South on Main, cites the restaurant’s atmosphere as the inspiration for the show, as it offers one of the best places to see love in all its forms. She says, “Running a restaurant, I see people’s love connections in so many ways - first dates, proposals, weddings, anniversaries. I think real love is so much more exciting and magical than the manufactured stories we read in books and see in movies.”

The Art of Failure (Part III of III)

The Art of Failure (Part III of III)

The Yarn kicked off our 2019 season with The Art of Failure.

We all have experience with failure. Whether its been a string of failure that has ultimately led to success or failures we couldn't bounce back from, we know what it's like to come up short. On January 31st we heard Arkansans tell their true stories of how failure changed they way they think, act and live.

The Speakers in Part one are Jessi Rice, Rhonna Wade, and Glenn McCracken

This is part two of a three part series.

The Art of Failure (Part II of III)

The Yarn kicked off our 2019 season with The Art of Failure.

We all have experience with failure. Whether its been a string of failure that has ultimately led to success or failures we couldn't bounce back from, we know what it's like to come up short. On January 31st we heard Arkansans tell their true stories of how failure changed they way they think, act and live.

The Speakers in Part one are Jessi Rice, Rhonna Wade, and Glenn McCracken

This is part two of a three part series.

The Art of Failure (Part I of III)

The Yarn kicked off our 2019 season with The Art of Failure.

We all have experience with failure. Whether its been a string of failure that has ultimately led to success or failures we couldn't bounce back from, we know what it's like to come up short. On January 31st we heard Arkansans tell their true stories of how failure changed they way they think, act and live.

The Speakers in Part one are Jessi Rice, Rhonna Wade, and Glenn McCracken

This is part one of a three part series.

011. Voices from the Field (Part II of II)

The Yarn's December 6th production, titled “Voices from the Field,” brought the spirit of farming to the urban heart of Little Rock. Attendees heard tales that define the innovation, tradition, history and science involved in making Arkansas’ biggest economic engine run in the 21st century.

Agriculture is the largest industry in the state, contributing about $16 billion annually to its economy. Farming is a part of the landscape and culture in Arkansas, from the mineral-rich lands of the Mississippi Delta to the mountains of northern Arkansas and touching all rural and urban areas in between. Of the nearly 50,000 farms based in the state, 97% are family-owned. It’s their stories that will take the stage this December.

This is part second of a two part series.

010. Voices from the Field (Part I of II)

The Yarn's December 6th production, titled “Voices from the Field,” brought the spirit of farming to the urban heart of Little Rock. Attendees heard tales that define the innovation, tradition, history and science involved in making Arkansas’ biggest economic engine run in the 21st century.

Agriculture is the largest industry in the state, contributing about $16 billion annually to its economy. Farming is a part of the landscape and culture in Arkansas, from the mineral-rich lands of the Mississippi Delta to the mountains of northern Arkansas and touching all rural and urban areas in between. Of the nearly 50,000 farms based in the state, 97% are family-owned. It’s their stories that will take the stage this December.

This is part one of a two part series.