The Imperial Dinner Theatre will host a unique and exciting concert and theatrical

experience when Hollywood based musical artist Ehron VonAllen returns home

May 17, 2014 to perform live what he calls “the prototype show” of his upcoming

American and European tour. The concert, which combines choreography,

theatricality and special effects with VonAllen’s music, is appropriate for all ages

and does not have foul language or high volume music. Andee Evers, CEO of

the theatre says that part of the fun of this concert will be that it is being filmed for

a DVD/Blueray release later this year. The first two rows of the theatre are

reserved for standing room tickets close to the stage and the last three rows of

the theatre are reserved for dinner theatre patrons who prefer to sit and relax

during the show.


Ehron VonAllen was born and raised in the Walnut Ridge/Pocahontas area and

later moved to Dallas where he began mixing music for other music stars and

creating his own sound. A huge “underground” following led him to move to

Phoenix and later Hollywood as demand for his work grew. Ehron VonAllen is

well known in the pop electronic and synth European scene which launched his

career of working with some of the biggest acts of the genre including Alan

Wilder of Depeche Mode and Recoil, who recently collaborated with VonAllen on

a remix project.


VonAllen chose the Imperial as his concert site because it is a perfect venue right

in his hometown. The Imperial and its creative team also helped during the

filming of Ehron VonAllen’s short film and music video “W.A.R. Want a

Revolution” in costuming, providing actors and locations and even a huge street

march of extras connected to the Imperial. Evers said, “VonAllen is a synthesizer

‘magician’, a disciple of Bob Moog (the inventor of the synthesizer), but this

concert will show him to be a singer/songwriter and entertainer as well.” His new

album “I am Electrovert” will be released prior to the concert and the music video

“W.A.R.” will have its world debut at this concert.


“My sincere thanks to all of you,” stated VonAllen in a recent interview, “I’m ready

to come home and want this to be the best concert of my career, right in the

place I was born and raised!”


The concert is produced by Milena Angelova Nikolova, Citizen Flix Productions,

Hydrology Records, LLC and VonAllen Media LLC. Proceeds from this concert

go the Imperial’s fundraising efforts. Dinner is served at 6:30 with the concert

beginning at 7:30. Dinner and show tickets are $30.00 (includes dinner, dessert,

beverage, the show and a CD of VonAllen’s work). Standing room tickets are

$15.00 (general admission) and $12.00 (students with ID). Due to limited

seating, the Imperial urges you to purchase tickets in advance. Call the Imperial

box office at 870-892-0030 or tickets can be ordered online at

(put “Ehron” in the Yapsody search bar).