performing arts

rosa parks play mad river theatre works manship january 2020

Photo by Andy Bustin.

Space exploration with National Geographic, Rosa Parks' iconic boycott, and improv classes with LATCo Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Photo courtesy of the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge

New sites and stops around the Capital City offer plenty of motivation for building a brand new you Read more

People & Places

Charles Dickens' classic ghost story, Langston Hughes' Christmas gospel, and Menotti's 'Amahl and the Night Visitors' Read more

Events & Festivals

Your favorite children's book come to life, a murderous romp to succession, and Rossini's Cinderella. Read more

Events & Festivals


Beth Teutschmann

Family-friendly fall festivals, spooky-spectaculars & and full-on horror for twisted thrill seekers, too Read more

Events & Festivals

A heated battle of the genders, tiny people playing Tarzan, and—of course—Rocky Horror Read more

Events & Festivals


Jackie Cowan

Country Roads' department of corrections addresses a musical misnomer from our September "Performing Arts" issue Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Courtesy of LATCo.

Leather Apron Theatre Company teaches the art of improv to Baton Rouge Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Kenn Elder

Summer theatrics to satisfy the neighborhood's toughest critics Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


H. S. Williams

The Louisiana State Museum's Cabildo hosts the exhibit, "The Baroness de Pontalba and the Rise of Jackson Square" coming full circle as a host of New Orleans history. Read more

Supper Club


Gabrielle Geiselman-Milone

Share a table—and a bottle of wine—with the Baroness Micaela Almonester de Pontalba at our immersive, time-traveling Supper Club this September Read more

Supper Club

From the Australian Rock Eisteddfod to hosting LPB's Art Rocks, the thrill of performance endures Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lucie Monk Carter

With her jewelry, Molly Taylor shines a light on nature's raw designs Read more

People & Places


Gabrielle Geiselman Milone

Our September Supper Club will be quintessentially, conspicuously New Orleans Read more

Supper Club


Paul Kieu

Bravery positions Yvette Landry for breakout success Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Jordan Hefler

Four Baton Rouge women defying stereotypes, three minutes at a time Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

Seeking stories from people all around the world who are living with depression and anxiety Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Leslie Scott

A column exploring the barriers between the “real” and the “created” worlds of performing arts. Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


A folk album, a coffee-shop exhibit, and a hotel restaurant to consider this month Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Little Fang Photos

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

Visual & Performing Arts

  • Paul Groves

    Tenor Paul Groves with Soprano Lisette Oropesa in A Starry Night, conducted by Joseph Colaneri, at the LSU Union Theatre in January 2019