You can see the Disney live-action movie  "Cruella" on October 16 at 7:00 pm at Hempstead Hall in Hope Arkansas.

All you need to do is come to the University of Arkansas Hope Campus to see the movie. It will be set up in the main hall.  You just need to follow the signs on campus. Here is the trailer for "Cruella".

Due to all of the current situation with COVID-19, coronavirus the following cautions will be enforced. This is the current policy in regards to COVID.

Effective immediately: the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees has approved a Delta Face Mask Resolution. Masks will be required inside all buildings on the UAHT campuses, including Hempstead Hall. Social distancing protocols will be in place when possible; however, there will be areas, such as the theater, where this is not possible at all times.

If you are not familiar with the movie "Cruella". here is the general plot for the IMDb website:

A live-action prequel feature film following a young Cruella de Vil.

Tickets: Admission is just $4. You can find out more about the movie and if you are interested in renting out the hall. Please contact (870) 722-8565

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