Spectral Sisters Ten-Minute Play Festival 2012

Posted June 2012

For the ninth consecutive year, Spectral Sisters Productions presents its Ten-Minute Play Festival.  Submissions are solicited from writers all over Central Louisiana and are evaluated by a pair of outside readers.  Those individuals rank the plays according to a complex set of criteria that determine the top eight (or nine) plays for production.      Subject […]

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Lagniappe Theatre Students Make it Center Stage at Top Theatre Schools

Posted May 2012

Getting into a top college these days is difficult enough, but add on trying to get accepted to the top creative and performing arts programs in the nation, you will be faced with quite a daunting task.  The world of the creative and performing arts is highly competitive and, in most cases, subjectively based.  Add […]

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We’re Off to See the Wizard!

Posted March 2011

A timeless classic!  A girl.  A twister.  A pair of ruby slippers.  With a click of your heels and a sprinkle of musical theatre magic, be prepared to journey into the enchanted Land of Oz in this enduring tale of a Kansas farm girl trying to find her way home.  The Wizard of Oz is […]

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Bolton High School Presents Hello, Dolly!

Posted February 2011

On March 3rd and 4th at 7:00pm, Bolton High School will present the classic Jerry Herman musical Hello Dolly!  Based on The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder, the play is the story of Dolly Gallagher Levi (played by Maggie Conerly), a matchmaker who has been hired to arrage a marriage for the widowed half-millionaire, Horace Vandergelder […]

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ACDS Presents Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

Posted February 2011

What has 13 wheels, 15 dogs, and a flying outhouse?  Alexandria Country Day School’s upcoming production of “the most fantasmagorical musical in the history of everything” – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Now – for the first time ever – families in Central Louisiana will be able to enjoy the staged Broadway version of this classic […]

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CPP Presents The Lion In Winter

Posted February 2011

There is nothing like live local theatre, and City Park Players begins its 63rd Season on February 25th with its production of The Lion in Winter by James Goldman.  Directed by Diane Falcone, the larger-than-life characters will be brought to life in the Hearn Stage, a black box theatre, in the Kress Theatre space of […]

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City Park Players Present All The King’s Men At 5 Different Locations

Posted November 2010

The 1946 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, All the King’s Men, is one of the undisputed classics of American literature. Fifty years after the novel’s publication, Warren’s characters still stand as powerful representations of the moral dilemmas faced by individuals in positions of power.  Loosely based on the life of Huey P. Long, the Governor of Louisiana, […]

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Grease is The Word at ASH

Posted November 2010

The students at Alexandria Senior High have been working hard since school started to bring the musical Grease to the stage. Grease: School Version is an adaptation that is appropriate for all ages. All of your favorite characters and music come to life in the halls of Rydell High. The entire school has contributed to […]

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Experience the Magic of Red River Dance Theatre’s 2010 Nutcracker Ballet

Posted November 2010

Ladies and gentlemen dancing at a grand party, children opening gifts and watching a puppet show…these scenes and more await you at the 2010 Nutcracker Ballet presented by the Red River Dance Theatre Company (RRDTC).  Sword fighting mice and soldiers, angelic dancers and swirls of snow give way to a succession of dancers portraying various […]

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Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes

Posted September 2010

  Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes is Lagniappe Theatre Company’s first show to completely book in from Nashville.  Jason Petty is brilliant as Hank Williams and he brings his entire band with him as they recreate a magical night that will transport you back to a Hank Williams concert.  This nostalgic look at Hank […]

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