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NOLA THEATRE AND DANCE March 27-31


Corrijeune Grotto an immersive drama. A reality is eating itself alive... Its inhabitants are cast into the belly of a carnivorous world stirring beneath their feet. Now trapped in a labyrinth of their melting home. They wade their way through a contorting realm. March 27- March 30th at P5 warehouse. $10-$20

AZUL by Christina Quintana, directed by Estefanía Fadul. At age nine, Yadra left Castro’s Cuba. Now, as Alzheimer’s sets in, her mind returns to that time and place, bringing family secrets to light. With the loss of her mother, Zelia and her wife Lore embark on a journey that spans two countries and three generations. Running March 27- April 14 at Southern Rep. $25-$45


BARBECUE by Robert O'Hara A F#@%ked Up Family Comedy. The O'Mallery siblings (portrayed as parallel black and white families) as they set up a barbecue-cum-intervention for their youngest (and wildest) sibling.Presented by the Radical Buffoons March 21- April 6 at the Fortress of Lushington $15-$30

A RAISIN IN THE SUN by Lorraine Hansberry. This drama, which is set on the Southside of Chicago in the mid to late 1950s, epitomizes the pursuit of the American dream by those of the working class, the underserved and the disenfranchised. Running March 15-31st at Ashé Power House. $12-$35


Dance For Social Change 2019: Reclaiming Our Home Dancing Grounds will host the 5th annual Dance for Social Change Festival in March 2019. The event is designed and led by their teenage dance company, DG Uprising. Events from March 18-31.

LOOPED by Matthew Lombardo. Based on a real event, "Looped" takes place in the summer of 1965, when an inebriated Tallulah Bankhead needed eight hours to redub - or loop - one line of dialogue for her last movie, Die! Die! My Darling!! Running every Thursday in February and March at Mags 940. $15

SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER presented by Tennessee Williams Theatre Company. Truth, deceit, and horror intermingle in an overgrown jungle of a garden where Catharine struggles for her life. What horrible secrets are locked in Catharine’s head, and why is Violet so determined to silence them...and could it be that Violet is the victim, and that Catharine is the hunter? Running March 28- April 13 at the Lower Depths theatre $17-$30

Spotlight Supper Over the course of the evening, you will be served a five-act meal, whilst connecting with The NOLA Project company members through storytelling, preview vignettes from the upcoming 2019-2020 season, and capping the evening off with the announcement of their 15th season! MArch 28th. $150-$200

BABY DOLL by Tennessee Williams presented by Le Petit Theatre. Set in the sweltering summer heat of 1950s Mississippi, this dark comedy is a game of cat and mouse that explores the desires, desperation, and prejudices of two rival cotton gin owners and their attempts to seduce a young bride called Baby Doll after a suspected act of arson. March 15-31. $15-$55

THE ELEPHANTS by Artivism Dance Theatre. An exploration of the many things we do not talk about. "If we knew each other's secrets, what comforts we should find" -John Churton Collins. This WEEKEND ONLY. March 29-31. $15-$20

W.O.M.E.N by Cursive Art an original play with music and dancing about friendship, love, parenthood and family told by five African American women. Come join them as they gather to celebrate hard work and dedication for their uprising Black Owned Theatre Company. Running Marc 23-31. Dillard University. $25- $45 

A Kingdom, A Chasm a physical theater show that weaves together the apocalypse, mad tea parties, calls to revolution, and a vintage Mercedes Benz. Outside at the B-Hive 2311 Urquhart St. $7-$20

Confederacy of Dunces: a Reading The 2019 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival presents a theatrical adaptation of "A Confederacy of Dunces" at the George and Joyce Wein Jazz and Heritage Center March 27-30. $25-$30

Tennessee X 3 The NOLA Project partners with The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival to present staged readings of pieces by our city's favorite playwright: A Perfect Analysis Given By a Parrot,” “The Long Stay Cut Short, or, The Unsatisfactory Supper” and “The One Exception” March 31st at Hotel Monteleone. $20


More Tennessee Williams events at: http://tennesseewilliams.net/

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