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CAC welcomes New York-based dance company

By Jade Myers Contributing Writer New York-based dance company Urban Bush Women have returned to New Orleans, celebrating nearly 30 years of collaboration with the

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Complexions Contemporary takes stage with New Orleans Ballet Assoc.

By Michael Patrick Welch Contributing Writer The New Orleans Ballet Association (NOBA) presents the return of Complexions Contemporary Ballet with a diverse menu of dance

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Jewel of Treme ready to take center stage in community
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer Before New Orleans native Phyllis Montana- LeBlanc instant cash loan no documents was featured in the (HBO’s) “When the Levees Broke” or the series “Tremé,” many of ...
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11-year-old local talent selected to go to National Youth Theater Festival
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer It takes most people a while to figure out what we want to do in life; but for some, the calling comes at a young age. In ...
Local playwright gets major honor from UpStage Theatre Co.
UpStage Theatre Company of Baton Rouge, La. recently named local playwright Harold Clark winner of its 4th Annual Emerging Playwright Project for his play, “Fishers of Men.” Clark, who ...
Southern Black Theater Festival brings out local, national talent
By J. magic payday Kojo Livingston Contributing Writer A grueling two-week schedule of performing events, ceremonies and awards dinners marked the third bi-annual Southern Black Theater Festival which ended last week. The ...
Eat, Drink & Be Artsy, a Halloween fundraiser for Anthony Bean Theater
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer This Halloween, residents can come and enjoy a different type of treat in the Carrollton area. The Anthony Bean Community Thea­ter is holding a fundraiser, Eat, Drink ...
Celebrating the ‘Queen of Gospel’
A number of events have been planned to mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of a woman who has been called the Queen of Gospel and one ...
Le Petit Cabaret’s board wants it to be new Brennan’s
By Christopher Tidmore The Louisiana Weekly Dickie Brennan has argued that his proposal to put a restaurant in a Jackson Square theatrical landmark is the only viable means to save the oldest ...