Jubilee: A Gulf South Food Play, by New Noise, directed by Bonnie Jean Gable. Audiences join the actors for a family supper that seeks to untangle the knot of white Southern identity, unspooling threads of personal ancestry, Southern duality, and the ravages of racism. Running May 16- May 27th, Catapult, $25 (dinner is included)
All the Way by Robert Schenkkan, presented by Southern Rep, directed by Aimèe Hayes. November, 1963: an assassin’s bullet catapults Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A Shakespearean figure of towering ambition and appetite, this charismatic, conflicted Texan hurls himself into the passage of the Civil Rights Act. Previews May 16th- May 20th, Running May 21- June 3rd. Loyola Marquette Theatre, $25-$40.
The Three Musketeers by Pete McElligott, directed by Mark Routhier, the NOLA Project’s 2018 garden show. Part Monty Python foolishness, part swashbuckling adventure. Running May 9th- May 27th, Wednesdays-Fridays and Sundays at 7pm, NOMA Sculpture Garden, $25-$30
Forge Festival presented by Goat in the Road, a biennial micro festival of genre-bending original work by some of the most accomplished theatre artists in the city. CLOSING THIS WEEK, Fridays-Sundays starting at 6pm, Fortress of Lushington (2215 Burgundy), Free-$25
An Act of God by David Javerbaum, directed by Maxwell Williams and starring Bryan Batt. After a millennia, and in just 90 minutes, God has arrived back on Earth to address some of your deepest questions. May 11- May 27th, Thursdays-Saturdays 7:30 pm, Sundays 3pm, Mon 5/21 7:30pm, Le Petit Theatre, $15-$50