The next Community performance is Linwood Peel with his Drifers tribute. He created a big fan base on his first appearance in 2013 in the Pine Bluff Dinner Theater series and now he's back with an all-new Drifters show.
Linwood Peel brings his nationally acclaimed "Sounds of the Drifters" show to the Community. Click here for tickets.

Linwood Peel brings the "Sounds of the Drifters" to the Community

October 17-18, 2014

Former lead Drifters singer Linwood Peel brings his wildly popular “Sounds of the Drifters” magnetism to the Community Theatre October 17 and 18. His foundation in the Drifters tradition has deep roots. He was the lead singer for the Elsbeary Hobbs Drifters in the mid-nineties.

His sound is magically like those wonderful songs that made the group famous. You will hear tunes like Under The Boardwalk, Up on The Roof, On Broadway, There Goes My Baby, This Magic Moment, and Save the Last Dance for Me just like you want to hear them. But Linwood does not stop there. He also presents tributes to groups like The Platters, The Coasters, The Temptations , The Four Tops, and others of the era in this fabulous show!

With extraordinary physical energy, Linwood moves, gets down, and gets funky with ease and sophistication. His wide vocal range and musical versatility, breathes new life into old music, transporting audiences to tears and to their feet in applause. Get your tickets early. This one will draw a crowd.

To make your theater night even more special, our neighbor, Terry's Home Cooking Express at 119 West 2nd Ave. is open for dinner before our shows. The restaurant is just a half-block away.

Click here for tickets on-line or get tickets at the box office the days of the performances.

The charm of the past with state-of-the art production at Pine Bluff's historic Community Theatre

Imagine the atmosphere of an early 20th century theatre with state-of-the-art lighting, digital video, and surround sound. That's what you'll find in the meticulously renovated Community Theatre in Pine Bluff, Arkansas,

Our restoration is functionally complete, but we continue work on tweaks and details. We suspect that in a building this old, attention to tweaks and details are de rigueur activities.

Thanks for dropping by.