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Goat in the Road

THIS SPRING!

PLAY/WRITE

Now in its eighth year, GRP’s Play/Write program has two components: teaching artist residencies in New Orleans schools, and a Showcase of student works performed by local, professional performance companies. GRP has been working with five locals schools: St. Mary’s Academy, Success Preparatory Academy, The International Schools of Louisiana, Young Audiences Charter School, and Warren Easton High School, bringing theatre and playwriting to over 300 students.

Please join us in the culmination of the students' work!

2017 Play/Write Showcase
Monday, May 15, 2017
Dillard University's Cook Theatre
2601 Gentilly Blvd.
$10 online or at the door

10 student plays. 5 theatre companies. hilarity and drama ensue.

This year's presenting companies:

Dancing Grounds
Dillard Players
KM Dance Project
Last Call
Southern Rep


FOREIGN TO MYSELF

May 18 – 21
Contemporary Arts Center
900 Camp St.
$35 online or at the door

 

 

“Then you get out of the military and you try to integrate back—you do integrate back into the civilian world, but you quickly realize that nobody else is thinking that way, nobody else is thinking that everything they do is for a team.” —Smith&True, 2014

Less than one half of one percent of U.S. citizens currently serve in the armed forces, creating a an experience gap between Veterans and civilians. Goat in the Road has spent the last two plus years connecting with military Veterans, families, and medical experts to build this fast-moving, darkly funny play about the daily life of the returning Vet. 

Check out our preview video - 

Foreign to Myself is made possible by a Community Partnership Grant from the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans and administered by the Arts Council New Orleans, a grant from the RosaMary Foundation, and support from the New Orleans Theatre Association.

and a BIG THANK YOU to our Kickstarter donors who have made this show possible!

Francesca McKenzie, Paul Werner, Andrew Larimer, Laurie McCants, Larry Comiskey, Michael Sternberger, Mary Rizzo, Eli Silverman, Sascha Stanton-Craven, Amy Sulzman, Thomas Bogan, Beau Bratcher, Alice Yorke, Drew Carrico, Joseph Furnari, Peter & Mary Barrett, Mark, The NOLA Project, John Boles, Evan Spigelman, Mark Routhier, Jana Napoli, Susan Bowling, Bob, Bajir Cannon, Benjamin Lenox Smith, Meryl Murman, Jake Bartush, Veronica Hunsinger-Loe, Boob Weisz, Jenny, Kerry Cahill, Emily Slazer, Patty & Tom Flaherty, Jonathan Greene, Jan Gilbert, Chris Carrington, Michele Lampach, Nicole Showman, Darci Fulcher, Helen Jacksch, Tara Marie Good, Joan Long, Matthew Schwarzfeld, Degan Leopold, Scott Sheppard, Jenn Kidwell, Phil Yiannopoulos, Kate Bailey, Casie Duplechain, Danielle, Lilly Small, Claire Duplantier, Amanda Chudnow, Tatiana Clay, Don Berg, Daniel & Jenny Kaminstein, Michelle Hamilton, Nick Shackleford, Rebecca Frank, Sherrine Azab, Angelle, Mark, Danya, Gary Saxvik, Scott King, Cara Zwerling, Ariadne Blayde, Nate Baumgart, Elizabeth Dowd, Andrew Vaught, Anne Wages, Daral Boles, Hugh Hunter, Rachel Stein, Kenneth Korman, Lindsay Docherty Rachlin, Dave Crowley, Suzy Myers, Caroline Gutterson, Ron Chapman, Lily Whitsitt, Dana & Maria Kaminstein, Lindsey Phillips, Nina Zeitlin, Nancy Sharon Collins, Columbine Goldsmith, Michael Gottwald, Joanna Russo, Keith Miller, Bear Hebert, Adam Falik, Monica R. Harris, Laura Boles, Leigh Harwood, Aurora Nealand, Ben Shesta, Nick Slie, Alan Hunter, Jen Davis, and Marie Lovejoy.


SNOWMAN, MONSTER, DOG

Goat in the Road continues touring its children's theatre show to schools throughout New Orleans! The performance is comprised of four plays, written by 5th, 6th and 7th graders from New Orleans, that feature goofy humor and heartbreaking disappointments, bringing audiences on an adventure through the imagination of a young person.

Each play is accompanied by a short video introduction by the student playwright, discussing the inspiration for the play and the process of writing.  Goat in the Schools empowers students to write creatively by featuring theater written by students, for students.

GRP will tour this show through the summer of 2017! Please contact Project Director Darci Fulcher if you are interested in booking Snowman, Monster, Dog - darcijensfulcher@gmail.com.

Performance Time: 45 minutes
Performance Price: $650
Needs: A large space (cafeteria or gyms work well)

 

The Snowman, Monster, Dog ensemble performs at Arise Academy.


Goat in the Road Productions is a New Orleans based performance ensemble dedicated to the production of original and invigorating new works of theatre, dance, performance art, and educational programming.

Goat in the Road is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council as administered by the Arts Council New Orleans, and a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans and administered by the Arts Council New Orleans. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works.