performing arts


Little Fang Photos

Southern Rep's new space has a sacred past Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lucie Monk Carter

This spring, Baton Rouge will celebrate its creative community with six weeks of Ebb and Flow Festival, incorporating Forum 35's juried art exhibit Art Flow. Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Steven Harris

Operatic soprano Lisette Oropesa is returning to Louisiana State University for a special Masterworks Performance this month. Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Courtesy of Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre

From theater to arena, Baton Rouge Ballet explores new possibilities with The Nutcracker Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lindsey Caro

The showman with his name in the lights on Canal Street and throughout the South Read more

People & Places 2 Comments

Generosity enables new initiatives at three local institutions Read more


Lorenzo Gaudenzi

You don’t need opera glasses to appreciate Keith Tremblay’s fabulous set design Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Courtesy Adelle Gautier

An actress, storyteller, and educator, Gautier regales and delights with her animated renditions of African, Caribbean and African-American lore Read more

Supper Club

When my number was called, I staggered into my spot, fell to my knees, located a primal corner of my being, and let loose. Read more



Paul Kieu

A place for Acadiana to move, create, and collaborate Read more

People & Places


Courtesy Jillian Hall

Puppetry and folklore are a perfect fit for The Revelers’ new music video Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

If Baton Rouge Community College was ever just a bridge between high school and the four-year university of a young student’s dreams, that’s certainly not the case now. Read more

People & Places


Lucie Monk Carter

Celebrating the best of Baton Rouge—they just happen to be women Read more

People & Places


Courtesy of Ed Asner

The award-winning actor brings his one-man show to New Orleans Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lucie Monk Carter

Conducted between 2013 and 2017, the Baton Rouge Folklife Survey revealed what Maida Owens knew in her heart: rather than lacking an identity, Baton Rouge is a "cultural microcosm" of Louisiana. Read more

People & Places


Courtesy New Orleans Opera Guild

Behind the iron fence stands a statue of Madame Butterfly; a plaque declares that you’ve arrived at the Opera Guild Home. Read more



© 2016 Dennis Allain

With help from Post Architects and HMS Architects of New Orleans, the venue will cater to Baton Rouge patrons and performers alike Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Photo by Alexandra Kennon

In New Orleans' thriving burlesque scene, nudity is just a detail Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Stan Carpenter

In “All Y’all,” Southerners shape their personal narratives Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Brei Olivier

Beyoncé, The Beguiled, Birdfoot Festival, and the arts incubator that connects them. Read more